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Children's instrument 'petting zoo' Jan. 26

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -

Introducing children to music and instruments early can teach them about creative expression.

Children can touch, feel and play string, wind, brass, and percussion instruments. The event is hosted by Charity Music in Clinton Township and is part of Michigan Mentoring Month.

"Charity Music is a nonprofit public service organization, whose mission is to help cultivate the next upcoming crop of young artists by providing musical instruments, on loan, to homeless, at-risk, or disadvantaged youth wishing to explore their hidden musical talents," according to www.charitymusic.org.

Saturday, January 26
11 am - 5 pm
Charity Music
40736 Hayes Rd.
Clinton Twp,  48038

Refreshments will be served
Raffle prizes
Children ages 5 - 12 are encouraged to attend
RSVP for this free event: (586) 596-8296

For more information about Charity Music, visit www.charitymusic.org.

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