Possibilities

Nels models and addresses principles of good character throughout this fun-filled, motivational performance. It can be tailored to focus on issues such as attitude, excellence, respect, responsibility

How to Catch a Mouse: Simple Machines at Work

Accomplished balloon artist and educator Larry Moss introduces concepts about the nature and structure of simple machines by constructing a Rube Goldberg-style mousetrap intended to solve the problem

Bubblemania!

As The Bubble Man, Doug Rougeux uses the science of popping bubbles and the art of bubble sculpture to promote literacy skills. This program can only be offered indoors.

Doug Rougeux 3 shows

As The Bubble Man, Doug Rougeux uses the science of popping bubbles and the art of bubble sculpture to promote literacy skills. This program can only be offered indoors.

Rougeux will hold three perf

From Africa to America

A poetic performance and historical overview of the African and African-American experience. The artist presents literature from ancient Africa as well as modern poetry.

A poetic performance and hist

Yet, Do I Marvel

Celes Tisdale holds his audience spellbound with a fanciful collection of stories and poems presented in the oral tradition. He emphasizes the commonality of the human experience in cultures around th

Interactive Fitness and Dance Party

Based on the same elements of the interactive dance party. This performance include a lesson on healthy living styles. A Healthy Living Choices basket is included for the coordinating teacher consist

Mother Goose on the Loose

Nursery Rhymes all “rapped” up in an interactive dance, song, and reciting program. The workshop is an approach to enhance the pre-reading readiness skills of our children giving them the head start

Interactive Dance Party

This fun-filled, interactive dance-along with dancer/choreographer Cindy Hanna includes movin’ and groovin’ to upbeat tempos along with contemporary styles reflective to the audience. Hanna introduces

Mary Jemison

Mary tells the story of her life from when she was captured by the Shawnee Indians as a youngster to years later when she was offered her freedom and chose to remain with her Seneca family and friends