Kids Events from Cool Cleveland

Courtesy of this week’s Cool Cleveland email:

Justin Roberts @ Beachwood High
Award-winning kids musician Justin Roberts [pictured] creates songs about everything from a dandelion-watching ballplayer to a girl’s unusual hairstyle in which funky characters of all shapes and sizes take up residence. See him and “The Not Ready for Naptime Players” at a benefit concert on Fri 1/29 at 6:30PM @ Beachwood High School, 25100 Fairmont Blvd. Beachwood. All proceeds benefit families in NEO dealing with autism. (But, beware, his shows are known for inciting kiddie mosh pits.) http://JustinRoberts.org and http://AutismNortheastOhio.org

Rite 2 Xpress Media Youth Camp
Passport Project presents an awesome arts & video youth camp starting on Sat 1/30. Kids 6-18 will gain skills in using a digital video camera, editing footage and interviewing subjects–while learning traditional drumming and dance. The topic is “hair music and identity in society” in celebration of Black History Month. Classes on Mondays through Wednesdays 4-6:30PM; and Saturdays 1-4:30PM. 12803 Buckeye Rd.
http://PassportProject.org/classes.php

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat
The Skip Kelley Youth Theater brings this classic musical to life on Sat 1/30 at 8PM and Sun 1/31 at 2PM @ Geauga Lyric Theater, 101 Water St. in Chardon. The performance is in honor of late tech director, Skip Kelley, who was a strong proponent of involving youth in every aspect of theater production. http://GeaugaTheater.org/season.htm#joseph

Groundhog Sun-day
Celebrate all things woodchuck on the eve’s eve of Groundhog’s Day, Sun 1/31. The Cle Museum of Natural History is throwing a party from 1-4PM: gawk at live animals, make crafts and view demos relating to the natural and unnatural history of everyone’s favorite rodent, Marmota monax. Kirtland Hall, Perkins Wildlife Center & Woods Garden and Murch Auditorium @ CMNH, 1 Wade Oval Dr.
http://www.cmnh.org/site/AtTheMuseum/Wildlife/PerkinsWildlifeCenter/LiveAnimalProgram.aspx

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  1. Great information I have Tweeted this, I will keep a eye on your other posts.

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