Advance reservations required. A ticket is required for all guests for each date/show you wish to attend. If you reserve a ticket and can no longer attend, please cancel your reservation so someone else may take advantage of this free event!
Doors open at 10:45am; show 11am-Noon. This series is made possible through the Bel Air Arts and Entertainment District with a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council.
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Saturday, February 17, 2024--Pam the Kindersinger--Brrr! Pam the Kindersinger and Rascal are going to have a chilly good time with you! A trip to Mexico should warm us up, and silly Rascal will sing a familiar song, which makes me grumpy. We can’t celebrate winter without a freeze dance, and might as well throw in some dinosaurs and pirates while we are there! Lots of interactive fun, not to be missed! Pam Minor has been entertaining children for many years. She has appeared on Comcast on Kids’ Videos on Demand. Pam was a regular cast member and writer for the Emmy award winning children’s TV show “It’s Kindertime” on the ABC affiliate WMAR TV2 during its nine year run. She co-wrote and co-produced the CD “Musical Manners” with Karen Rupprecht, which won the Parents’ Choice Recommended Listening Award. She is a partner with Port Discovery Children’s Museum.
Saturday, February 24, 2024--Jazz for People who are Shorter than Me--Seth and his fellow musicians will demonstrate what makes jazz musicians tick -- improvisation, self-expression, and a whole lotta fun! Familiar melodies will be "jazzed" up with saxophone, flute, clarinet, piano, and more, including selections from Seth's award-winning childrens' album "Jazz For People Who Are Shorter Than Me." Attendees will learn to scat sing, carry a beat, improvise their own melodies, and more! It'll be so much fun, no one will even realize they're learning.
Saturday, March 9, 2024--New Moon Theater--Tales from the Good Earth-With two tricksters, a magical lake and an epic battle between the weeds and the vines, New Moon has created a fantastic journey, circling the globe. Told in a broad, theatrical style, “Tales from the Good Earth” shares ageless stories from the four corners of the earth, centered on respect and appreciation for the natural world. Featuring traditional folklore from Canada, Estonia, Liberia and Laos, this show and is best for families with children ages 3-10. New Moon Co-founder and Executive Director Julie Kurzava has been widely praised by audiences for her energy and engaging style. She has been performing professionally for over 30 years in theater, puppetry, storytelling, concert and opera, in addition to her work with New Moon Theater, Julie is on the Fine Arts Faculty at Loyola University Maryland. New Moon Theater has been presenting high quality touring theatrical performances to children and families in the Mid-Atlantic since 2006. New Moon Theater is a 501c3 non-profit and has been supported by generous grants from the Maryland State Arts Council
Saturday, March 16, 2024--Mayhem Magical Circus--Join professional knucklehead Gregory May as he builds his own wacky circus show. Over a dozen audience volunteers join him on stage as he juggles, walks on a rolling globe, spins plates and cowboy ropes, and messes up magic tricks with tons of fun and lots of laughs! Depending on the venue, he may even add some fire juggling and whip cracking. It's a wild circus ride for the whole family!
PARKING--Please park to the right side of the Armory in the free parking lot at 23 N. Main. Please refrain from parking behind the Armory in the Marketplace lot. Parking is also Free on Main street on weekends.