Children of the Inner West still have the opportunity to participate in the Music Together Playgroup that will be running every week until 29 June at the Plumtree Children's Services in Jarvie Park, Marrickville. The musical drop-in sessions take place weekly from 10am to 10:45am on Wednesdays and are aimed to assist children ages 3-5 years who live with disability, developmental delay or who are neurodivergent. The Playgroup is facilitated by experienced music specialist, Dr Amanda Niland, and also run by early childhood teacher, Daniel Rose who have harnessed singing, playing instruments, dancing and storytelling to help develop early childhood social play skills. The program has been running since 4 May, and has given many Inner West kids the opportunity to build confidence and explore new communication styles through musical creativity. To help support children and their families, Music Together welcomes the involvement of parents, grandparents and siblings in these weekly play sessions. It has proven to be a great opportunity for a whole family affair. Thank you to Plumtree, Dr Amanda Niland and Daniel Rose for this fantastic contribution to the Inner West community.