|6/11/2016 4:00 PM|
Enter the Tulgey Wood, full of weird and wonderful creatures. Emma and Lucy are lost in this land inspired by the Jabberwock poem in Alice in Wonderland. Presented by the Yocum Institue for Arts Education's Junior Theater Ensemble. (Permission: Samuel French, Inc.)www.institute-of-arts.org
. Rain Date: June 19
Bring a picnic supper and stay for the evening concert at 6 pm featuring Magdaliz and Her Latin Ensemble Crisol
|7/10/2016 4:00 PM|
World Music children's performer DARIA has spent over two decades performing in the USA and around the world,creating music to inspire all the world's children. Along with numerous national awards for her culturally diverse music, Daria's live show is fully interactive as she brings a variety of exciting world traditions to life, allowing children to become a part of the celebration and the fun of exploring world cultures. www.dariamusic.com
. Rain Date: July 17
|7/24/2016 4:00 PM|
Hamburg Borough Community Park
This educational and fun program features wildlife that lives all around us - species that have adapted to living in urban/suburban landscapes. Get up-close to these critters, which most of us have never seen, and even if we have, we know little about their fascinating and secretive lives. Lancaster resident, Jack Hubley hosts a weekly nature segment "A Wild Moment" on WGAL. FREE program. NO Rain Date.
Bring a picnic supper and stay for the evening concert at 6 pm featuring the "The Reading Pops".
|8/7/2016 4:00 PM|
There's great fun in store for children and families with this delightful 45-minute version of the classic tale "Peter Pan". Featuring non-stop action and a lively sense of humor, Family States brings the tale to life with only two actors playing all the parts. Peter leads Wendy, Michael and John off to adventure on Neverland with pirates, indians and Peter's band of Lost Boys. www.familystages.org
. Rain Date: TBD
Bring a picnic supper and stay for the evening concert at 6 pm featuring the Know Return.
|8/21/2016 4:00 PM|
Award-winning Two Of A Kind
has been delighting audiences of all ages wiith their music, good humor and audience participation for over 25 years. Their beautiful harmonies accompanied by David's rhythmic guitar playing and Jenny's multi-ethnic percussion instruments create magic on stage. There will be an "instrument petting-zoo" following the concert with lots of fun instruments from around the world for kids and parents to play. www.twoofakind.com
Rain Date: August 28
Bring a picnic supper and stay for the evening concert at 6 pm featuring the The Wyomissing Band.