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Performers at Whitefish Bay Public Library

July 8, 2010

The Youth Services Department at Whitefish Bay Public Library warmly welcomes you to enjoy the performers coming to the library during our last two weeks of summer library club. All performances are free to Milwaukee County residents and will be held in the library's upstairs program room. Come join us!

 

Music with Mr. Steve

Tuesday, July 13

2-2:45pm (recommended for ages 5 to 12)

Join Mr. Steve, Elizabeth (his bass fiddle), and Bob (his guitar) for a great afternoon of traditional kids songs and games.

 

Catch the Reading Wave!

Thursday, July 15

2-3pm (recommended for ages 5 to 12)

Join us for a performance by Stuart Stotts (singer, songwriter, and author). There will be songs and stories about water, summer fun, and (of course) the power of books. Participate! Laugh! Move Around!

 

Mr. Billy’s Beach Party Bash!

Tuesday, July 20

2-3pm (recommended for ages 5 to 12)

Bring your towel and swimsuit and get ready to jam! Mr. Billy’s going to make a SPLASH at Whitefish Bay Public Library. Songs will be about water, sea life, science, feelings, and our environment. Dance, sing, and get ready to air guitar jam!

 

Read Books and Juggle Everything Else!

Thursday, July 22

7-8:15pm (Family Show!)

Join Truly Remarkable Loon for a juggling show that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Pick up a ticket in the Youth Services Department to attend this program.

 

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