Friday, August 19, 2011

High-Line Hoppers: a free class starting Aug 30

At last, here are the details on the free class I've been hinting might happen: 
It's called High-Line Hoppers because it's going to happen under the High-Line (located on the west side of Manhattan) in a performance / community event space called the Lot. 

High-Line Hoppers is an interactive music and storytelling class for children 5 and under and their caregivers taught by Lloyd Miller of the Deedle Deedle Dees (AKA me).
brief description: 
In this highly interactive class, children will explore how to make NYC beautiful and useful via original and classic songs, stories, hands-on activities, and movement games. Our city's youngest inhabitants will learn about cooperation and problem-solving as they sing about real-life heroes in our neighborhood, move and dance like the plants and animals that share the city with us, and listen to simple age-appropriate stories of teamwork and urban renewal. The Lot, a parking lot underneath the High Line re-purposed for community events, is the setting for this unique program.
Ages: 0 to 5 with parents or caregivers
cost: free 

dates: four Tuesdays at 3:30pm: August 30, Sept 6, Sept 13, Sept 20

The class will last about 45 minutes.

The class will be up on this event page soon: 

Please write or call with questions:
phone 917-873-0685
e-mail: thedeedledeedledees AT yahoo DOT com

Hope you can come!

No comments:

Post a Comment