Wow! A lot has happened at Fischarper Headquarters (sounds fancy, eh?) in 2017! Read below for some highlights (not in a particular order).
Music Monday was semi-retired on the blog, but it made a re-appearance here.
The blog had it's first guest post!
Fischarper hosted its first giveaway.
I played a concert that was livestreamed to my Facebook page.
YouTubesDay was introduced...weekly videos started happening on my YouTube channel!
I finally completed #100DaysOfFischarpArt.
Fischarper launched t-shirts!
Of course there were quite a few blog posts, including crafts & roundups!
The Harp Column regrammed the upcycled DIY String End Bottle project.
The free ecourse Breezing Through Bass Clef launched.
I won a prize for "24 Hours Without A Sail...it isn't safe."
The Fischarper Teachers Pay Teachers Store was announced.
I attempted to raise funds for hurricane relief through the Fischarper Teachers Pay Teachers Store, but nothing sold during that time. That's ok!
I posted a mini-series, #KeysToMeetYou, over on Instagram.
The 3rd edition of Making Harp Lessons Exciting for Young Children is available!
I met Katherine Siochi! Stay tuned for a blog special!
The first newsletter was sent to the Fischarper email list!
A few YouTube highlights:
The blindfolded harpist challenge
Harp & fidget spinner?
What are some highlights from your 2017? Let me know in the comments, on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
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