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Timbalooloo Jazz for Kids

Timbalooloo Jazz for Kids

Mar 5 @ 11:00 am12:00 pm

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National Sawdust
80 North Street
Brooklyn, NY

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Suggested Ages: 2 to 14+

A monthly interactive concert series led by internationally-renowned clarinetist Oran Etkin celebrates music and diversity with special guests that introduce children and families to the rich global culture in New York and beyond. Renowned early-jazz expert Vince Giordano brings in his collection of vintage low-end instruments: the tuba, bass-sax, and a metal upright bass as well as the banjo. Vince and Oran will take the children on a journey starting with the sounds of Mardi Gras in New Orleans, traveling up the Mississippi and all the way to New York.

The Timbalooloo method brings instruments to life and encourages children to “talk” through music, activating children’s imagination and encouraging their self-expression. Designed to teach children complex musical concepts through age-appropriate games and stories, Timbalooloo makes music fun and educational.

Town Square’s 9th Annual Spring Egg Hunt

Bring your own basket and join an old-fashioned egg hunt. Say hello to the Easter Bunny, and rock to fun music and get fabulous face paintings. Mimosas and Bloody Marys available for grown-ups to purchase.

Book a fifty-minute time slot. Tickets sell out quickly. Proceeds benefit local nonprofit Town Square and Brooklyn Scouts BSA Lucky…

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Smorgasburg Williamsburg

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Domino Park

Find cool design and amazing bridge/Manhattan views at a large waterfront park on the site of a former Domino Sugar factory.

* The playground, designed by the artist Mark Reigelman, has fun features like spinning valve wheels cast from Domino Sugar originals and a 26-foot-high silo with ladders, webbing and slides pay homage to the…

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