Music for kids (toddler through 2nd grade, siblings of all ages welcome)
ZZZZZip!!!! A fabulously fun program of zipper songs sung and written by YOU! The term, “Zipper Song” was first used by Lee Hays of the folk group, The Weavers. It refers to a song that has a line or word that will easily zip out and let you zip in a new line or word to create a new verse. “Old MacDonald Had a Farm” is a great example of a zipper song, and there are so many more! How about “Mama Don’t Allow” and “Jim Along Josie”! Join us in singing some great traditional and contemporary children’s songs. Children and parents alike will enjoy making up new verses for these songs! Children’s educator and musician Susie Smolen will lead us in song with accompaniment on the guitar, ukulele, and Appalachian dulcimer.