Family Workshop - Journey to Africa (Session 2)
This family workshop introduces many exciting ways to adapt songs, rituals, and activities from other cultures to every family’s daily routine. Participants will take an imaginary journey to share in the movements, sounds, and instruments of different West African traditions.
This programme is presented by Kofi Dennis, a Master Teaching Artist from Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through the Arts (USA) and supported by the National Arts Council. For more information on Wolf Trap, visit http://www.wolftrap.org/education/
This session is limited to 60 parents/caregivers and children aged 3 to 6 on a first-come-first served basis. Limited to a max of 4 tickets per family. As this is a family workshop, children must be accompanied by a parent. If spaces are filled out for this session, do check out space availability for Session 1 at journeytoafrica1.peatix.com
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