August 23, 2001
Kindermusik helps child's development Debbie Henning, the director of Kindermusik of Carroll County, will present a sneak peek into her music-education program's four levels at the Westminster Branch Library tomorrow. The program is based on a theory that music and movement help foster a child's intellectual, physical and social development. "There are a lot of studies done on early-childhood learning that show music helps prepare the brain for reading and math," says Henning, who's been teaching the Kindermusik way for 10 years.
August 19, 2007
Kindermusik Demo Days plans free classes at HCC The Music Institute at Howard Community College, formerly known as the Musical Arts Center, has announced that it will offer Kindermusik classes from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday as part of Kindermusik International's Demo Days, a program offering free musical instruction to children around the world. Peggy Durbin, the center's licensed Kindermusik teacher, will lead classes at the Children's Learning Center on the college's campus, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia.
November 20, 2005
Kindermusik open house Dec. 2 Debbie Henning, director of Kindermusik of Carroll County, will hold an open house for the program that brings music and movement to children ages birth to 6 years old. The free open house for parents and children will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Dec. 2 at Coffey Music, 31 E. Main St., Westminster. Kindermusik teaches fundamentals of music, singing, dancing and playing instruments. The open house will include activities, demonstrations and materials.
August 2, 1993
2 W.Va. teen-agers are hurt in accidentTwo teen-agers from Charles Town, W.Va., were treated at Carroll County General Hospital late yesterday afternoon after being injured when the truck in which they were riding hit a fence and a tree on Buffalo at Harrisville roads near Mount Airy.Joseph Heflin, 17, was driving south on Buffalo Road when he lost control of the 1975 Ford truck, drove through a yard, and struck the fence and the tree, Maryland State Police said.The Heflin youth and passenger Nathan Bell, 16, received minor injuries, police said.