The Summit Area YMCA and Songs for Seeds partner to bring children a Rockin’ New Music Class!

Summit, NJ, January 2018 – As a community-based organization, the Summit Area YMCA works side by side with local community organizations to provide everyone with the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive. To this end, the Y is pleased to be partnering with “Songs for Seeds” to introduce our youngest members to a very exciting and engaging program!

Songs for Seeds, located at Mondo, 426 Springfield Avenue in Summit, is a weekly 45-minute interactive class for children ages newborn to 6. In this class, children sing, dance and play along with a live, three-piece band. While rocking out to the band, young students take part in various activities while learning about cultures around-the-world, creating crafts and participating in many educational games and activities.

Described by Red Tricycle as the “most magical music class”, YMCA members enjoy 50% off their first month tuition. To learn more about Songs For Seeds or sample a class, contact Debbie Martin at 973.906.8188, or visit:

At the YMCA, we strive to provide a wide variety of programs for young children to enable them be creative, learn and have fun in a safe, nurturing environment. From Wiggle, Giggle, Rhyme, Pee Wee Ninja Warriors, to Imagination Play, there’s a class for each and every child. Online and in person registration begins on February 26th for our Spring Session. To sign up or to learn more about the many programs offered at the YMCA for children and adults go to


About the Summit Area YMCA

The Summit Area YMCA is one of the area’s leading 501(c)3 charitable organizations. Founded in 1886, the Summit Area YMCA has a history steeped in working side-by-side with our neighbors to ensure that everyone, regardless of age, income and background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Each year, we serve more than 10,000 individuals with our free and fee-based programs and services in an area spanning the communities of Berkeley Heights, New Providence, Millburn, Springfield, Short Hills, Summit, Gillette, and Stirling.