Music Authority Family Newsletter - November 25, 2022
You Make a Difference
You make a difference here at Music Authority. As the holidays approach, you can help sustain and improve programs at Music Authority. A portion of every purchase you make goes back to help us develop activities like the Spring and Fall Show; summer camps; the Saxophone Trio; and the Rock Ensemble program.
Shopping local puts money back into the community. We commit to giving back whenever we can in initiatives like the First Responders baskets and free concerts to collect items for The Place. You tax dollars stay in Forsyth County supporting schools, roads, and other necessities of life in your own community.
And you help to provide local jobs with your purchase. We can't employ amazing talent like Natalie, Lynne, Cody, Savannah, Landon, and Jay T without the support of our customers.
Shop local this holiday season. Check out locally owned stores and restaurants like Talk of the Table, Dutch Monkey Doughnuts, Giorgios, Totally Running, and The Gibson Company. You can make a huge difference in the life of a small business owner, employee, and your community.
Music Authority's New Year's Eve Show Set to Rock in 2023
Music Authority will be hosting it's New Year's Eve show this year from 6-10pm. Tickets are $10 and include live music, snacks, and a sparkling juice toast at the end of the night. Families are welcome, or you can drop off your student.
Saturday, December 31, 2022
Silver Bells and Holly
Join Music Authority for it's annual holiday concert, held at Christ the King Lutheran Church on Bettis Tribble Gap Road. You'll enjoy the sounds of the season presented by Music Authority's Saxophone Trio, Perfect Blend, and students of all ages.
This is a free concert, however, please bring a non-perishable food item for The Place.
The Music Authority Roadies
The Roadies are a group of parents and adult students at Music Authority. They meet the second Tuesday of every month at 6pm in The Backroom at Music Authority. You can think of the Roadies as Music Authority's PTO. They sponsor special events, service projects, and work hard to make sure our teachers feel appreciated. We welcome any Music Authority parent to come to our next meeting!
Throughout November, the Roadies are collecting care items to put in gift baskets for Forsyth County's first responders. Please take a moment to pick up an item to drop off, or order an items from our amazon wish list: