We are happy to welcome you to the Marsha's Music family. Please take a moment to review our center policies and class/tuition policies. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Marsha Melsheimer, Director, by phone at 773-288-3815 or by email.
Entering/Leaving the building
Entrance & Exit
For safety reason:
- The entrance to the building is locked, so you will need to be buzzed in to enter.
- To exit, please press the green button on the left door frame simultaneously as you open the door. You can also ask the front desk personnel to buzz you out. (This keeps our little ones from sneaking out unattended!)
- Please DO NOT park in the bank parking lot across from the HPNC as your car will be towed.
- Please DO park your strollers and car seats in the coat closet or along the front wall of the gym.
- Classes will be held in two different rooms: (1) Early Childhood classroom (end of the south hallway) for Mon-Fri, and Sunday classes; and (2) Classroom E (across from snack room) for Saturdays.
- There are coat hooks in Early Childhood room, and shoe holders. Saturday classes should hang their coats, boots, etc. in the coat closet (on the way to that classroom) or in the cubbies along the hallway outside of Classroom E.
No food is allowed in the classrooms, so please use the snack room which is located between the gym and the coat room.
You do not need to punch your Play-N-Learn pass when you attend your Music Together® class, unless you are going to a Play-N-Learn activity before or after class. Then you would get your pass punched for the day.
If you do not already have a Play-N-Learn pass, your first visit is free, so we encourage you to check it out.
In addition to Marsha's Music birthday parties, the Neighborhood Club is open for other kid related rentals too!
There is a computer in the Resource Center that families can use to register for Marsha's Music. This might be a great convenience when you keep forgetting at home! Your children are welcome to play with toys or read a book while you get this taken care of but please remember to put things back where you find them.
Resale or Disclosure of Information to Third Parties
We promise to respect your privacy. Any information you provide about yourself or your students is held with the utmost care and security and will not be used in ways to which you have not consented. We do not sell, rent, loan, transfer, or otherwise disclose any personal information, including your name, address, or email addresses with other organizations outside of Marsha's Music or Music Together LLC. Only Marsha's Music and Music Together LLC staff and our authorized agents have access to personally identifiable information provided by visitors to our site.
Information gathered on our website is collected and used internally only by authorized individuals at Marsha's Music, Music Together LLC, and SimplySignUp LLC. As with any website operator, Marsha's Music analyzes its websites logs to improve our website and meet the needs of our visitors. The only individualized information that Marsha's Music and Music Together LLC obtains and retains about you through our website is information you voluntarily supply. We will only use that information to fulfill the purpose for which it was supplied to us.
We use the information we collect from families enrolling in a Music Together class to keep you informed about your class, how you can support your child's music development at home, and to provide information about upcoming semesters.
If you sign in as a visitor to our website, we ask for your contact information so we can send you announcements about upcoming semesters, as well as other educational information.
The Music Together program includes a quarterly e-newsletter from Music Together LLC. This newsletter contains educational articles and resources and is sent to families who are or have recently been enrolled in the program. As the licensor of the trademarked program, Music Together LLC periodically communicates with current or former students for quality control and/or for research purposes.
On occasion, we may share non-personal, summary information regarding our customers with unrelated third parties (for example, we may publicly disclose the aggregate number of registered users of our website). However, we will not share any personal information about any particular customer.
SimplySignUp LLC may collect information for improving our site by seeing which areas, features, and products are most popular and to personalize the site for customers.
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Marsha's Music and Music Together LLC maintain several email lists to keep email subscribers informed about news and the latest information as it pertains to classes, scheduling, events, center information and promotions. Individuals may also receive materials by mail or be contacted by telephone. We do not share the email addresses with anyone outside of Marsha's Music, MUSIC TOGETHER LLC or its authorized agents. Only Marsha's Music and Music Together LLC staff and our authorized agents have access to personally identifiable information provided voluntarily by visitors to our site.
Registering for class online is a completely safe experience!
We use SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), the highest standard in online encryption technology to ensure that your personal and credit card information remains secure. SSL encryption allows you to register with confidence, knowing that only you and Marsha's Music have the ability to access your information.
Whenever you access a secure page on our site, the information you send is immediately encrypted for your protection. There are two simple ways to see if you are on a secure page:
Look at the URL (website address) in your browser. If you are connected to a secure server, the URL will always begin with "https" rather than "http."
Most browsers display an icon that indicates whether or not you have a secure connection. Look for the unbroken key or closed lock icons in the bottom left or right corner of your browsers.
Last Updated September 13th, 2017