For this special online event, Dan + Claudia Zanes present music for kids and families by the esteemed Ella Jenkins! Grammy award winning children’s performer Dan Zanes and Haitian-American music therapist / jazz vocalist Claudia Zanes have been making music with each other since the day they met in the fall of 2016. In 2017 Smithsonian Folkways released "Lead Belly, Baby!," a collection of renditions of classic Lead Belly songs for children by Dan Zanes & Friends.
Presented by Phoenix Books:
Join us to celebrate the release of Margot Harrison's newest young adult thriller, THE GLARE! Margot will be in conversation with Eva Sollberger, the host of the award-winning "Stuck in Vermont" series.
Presented by Vroman's Bookstore:
Join us for a special story time with Gabrielle Union, who will be reading from her new picture book Welcome to the Party!
This is a virtual event and will take place on Crowdcast. Register ahead of time to save your spot and get an email reminder.
EVENT LINK: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/welcome-to-the-party
HAPPENING TONIGHT: Town Hall on How to Raise and Teach Anti-Racist Kids. Hosted by Newbery Medalist Kwame Alexander. Panelists are educators Cornelius Minor, Tiffany M. Jewell, Pam Allyn, Noni Thomas López, and Karyn Parsons.
This event is free, and you don’t need to register beforehand. You can sign up on our Facebook Event page or simply visit our Facebook page at 7:00 p.m. ET to watch the live stream.
Know your history! Learn about Juneteenth through discussion, storytelling and an aerial performance by Ella, streamed live from the Clemmons Family Farm to their Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages this Sunday, June 21 from 3-4 PM!
This is an online event only. Due to the pandemic, the physical farm remains closed to the public.
Classical Music Encounters
Introducing audiences to classical music through performance and commentary. Works by Bach, Mozart, Elgar, Glière, and more.
Join fellow parents, educators and child development and trauma experts for an important conversation about how you can talk with young children about racial injustice and violence against Black people. Together, we’ll explore questions such as: How can parents of Black children continue to instill confidence and pride in young kids while also explaining the racial inequity and barriers that continue today? And, how can parents of non-Black children help young kids understand their role in confronting anti-Black racism?
National Ambassadors for Children’s Literature Kate DiCamillo (The Tale of Despereaux) and Jason Reynolds (Look Both Ways) take the stage for our third Open Door Sessions event. We are thrilled to welcome two of the most skilled, compelling, and beloved children’s authors in the United States back to Brookline, and far beyond. This event welcomes attendees of all ages.
Join Vermont musicians Mornday mornings at 10:00 for sing-along favorites! Local favorites Miss Emma and Mister Chris will take turns sharing musical fun LIVE on the Music for Sprouts Facebook page.