So we're going full throttle on social media presence. In addition to our Facebook Page (please like us at http://www.facebook.com/westerhoffschool), we've got a Twitter Handle (@LearnMusicArt) and an Instagram Page (http://instagram.com/westerhoff_school). We even have a few items posted on Vimeo. But because we're also old school, we like to socialize in person, too. Stop by on Monday, February 13th from 4 to 5:15PM to make some Valentines with us ($5 per person includes materials, cider and cookies). Let us know you're coming at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to check out our new SPRING SCHEDULE. Our music and art classes kick off February 11th with shows scheduled in mid June. Whether you are hoping to take up an instrument for the first time or continue with music lessons, our seasoned professionals are excited to develop our students skills in piano, violin, viola, cello, clarinet, saxophone, flute and classical, electric and acoustic guitar. And for those who want to develop visual arts skills, Mickey Waring is preparing her art studio for an array of classes for students as young as 3 through adult! Check out the ART OFFERINGS this session.
We welcome all students from Metuchen, Woodbridge, Edison, Iselin, Rahway, & Plainfield and their surrounding areas. Want a tour of our facility? Email us at email@example.com to arrange one. Or inquire directly from our website. We look forward to SPRINGING FORWARD IN MUSIC AND ARTS EDUCATION with you!
Gary Westerhoff's name is on an art and music school building. But what many may not know is that he's an avid nature photographer and his works are simply stunning. Several of his photographs are exhibited on the second story wall of the school. We encourage you to check it out and be inspired by his perceptions and interpretations of landscapes and wildlife spanning the Americas on his website filled with an online gallery of his extraordinary photos.
Gary Westerhoff is a licensed Professional Environmental Engineer and Professional Planner and a national expert on drinking water. Prior to retirement, he provided consulting services to major drinking water utilities throughout the United States and was CEO of a national environmental consulting and engineering firm. Over more than five decades he has developed a passion for outdoor adventures. This passion combines fly fishing for trout and salmon with landscape and wildlife nature photography across North America, Canada, Central America and South America. Many of Gary's wildlife images catch the individual characteristics and habits of the animals and their relationship with the environment in which they live.