Getting Ready for the Peach Festival in Weatherford, TX

I have spent the last several months preparing materials and getting training to accomplish my goal of living off my music reading readiness publications.  It has become vital to me to reach my clients directly.

After master-minding for several years with hundreds and hundreds of pre-schoolers, I now have a body of work which will enrich their lives and give them a sense of confidence, skill, and achievement with no limitations.

Although I am still a beginner, I have had excellent coaching on my Apple computer.  (Apple’s $99/year for unlimited lessons is the best custom training I have ever received.)

I have made numerous trips back and forth to my local Alphagraphics print shop, submitting files and revamping them to work.

And now, I am receiving proofs back.  I will make corrections tonight and send them back.

I am grateful and amazed at the progress that is being realized here.

On Saturday, I will be at Weatherford’s Peach Festival in the Children’s Area.
For $2, children will be able to come in the booth with my banner which reads “I have a musical mind, musical indeed”.  They will be taught how to read my Music Reading Readiness Symbols and play Rhythm Sticks, Triangle, Xylophone, Guiro, Two-Tone Block, Shaker, Rainstick, Piano, Violin, and Guitar.

The symbols are on banners which are color-coded for each instrument.  I am still hanging them in the pop-up tent which is set up in my living room.

In addition, I have six different original Music Stories, with versions for different instruments.  They are play along stories which use my music reading readiness symbols.  The books will also be for sale.

I am also connecting everything on the website, so that people can download all the materials as ebooks.

I am so thrilled to see all these baby these steps coming together.

Now, very young children, ages 3-5 and up, and their parents, will be able to enjoy the process of preparing to read music together.

“I have a musical mind, musical indeed.”
–Kacky Muse

© 2012 Kathryn Hardage