Music & more for children and families!
With generous support from members and funders, we are offering this series with no charge for admission!
Donations welcome. No registration required.
The Songbird Sessions are made possible by funding from an Upstate Coalition for a Fairgame Arts Grant.
Miss Pam’s Jamboree
Third Fridays, June 21, July 19, August 16, 10:30-11:30AM
In these interactive musical education classes for all ages, intergenerational participation is highly encouraged! No previous musical experience or ability is required.
Picnic and Concert with Story Laurie & Special Guest
Saturday, June 29, 12PM
An enchanting blend of stories, songs, and improv. Kids of all ages are invited to join in the fun! Rain (indoors) or shine (open air). Bring your own picnic & lawn seating.
Arm-of-the-Sea Theater: The City That Drinks The Mountain Sky
Sunday, July 14, 2PM
Made possible in part with funds from the Catskill Watershed Corporation in partnership with the New York City Department of Environmental Protection and by a grant from Delaware County Tourism & Development, and sponsorship by Wendy Buerge & John Finn in Bovina, NY.
The epic tale of NYC’s water supply, presented in the elemental beauty of mask & puppet theater. Youngsters and oldsters alike will enjoy plenty of visual punch and timely wit. Bring your own lawn seating. Rain (under a tent) or shine (open air). Pic- nickers welcome! Ty’s Taco-ria will be serving food, beginning at noon.
The Bright Siders
Saturday, July 20, 2PM
This interactive & educational family-friendly music show presents music that helps kids and families have meaningful conversations about emotions. Followed by an optional concurrent parenting skills workshop and songwriting session for kids.
Part of A Day of Free Family Fun in East Meredith. Our neighbors at Hanford Mills Museum are offering free admis- sion to all families on this day! Visit hanfordmills.org for more information.
Sam Reider and the Human Hands
Saturday, August 10, 2PM
Sam Reider and his multi-instrumental band perform arrangements of traditional pieces, engage kids in an interactive activity about using the blues to express emotions, and demonstrate how an improvising band models democracy through listening and collective improvisation. Developed over the last six years of working with Jazz at Lincoln Center, and adapted for all ages, this show is a lot of fun!