Events Calendar

Jan
6
Sun
Kid Show: The Hey Lolly Music
Jan 6 @ 10:30 am

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The Hey Lolly Band, two-time Austin Chronicle Best Of winner, is a band that entertains Austin’s littlest live-music lovers. Laura Freeman, lead singer and songwriter, gets the audience singing and dancing. Entertaining with original songs, the Hey Lollies also perform original musical puppet shows. Their newest incarnation, The Hey Lolly Brass Band, uses acoustic instruments to introduce your tiny tykes to big brass sounds.

https://www.facebook.com/heylollymusic/

http://heylollymusic.com/?fbclid=IwAR0D3UpkBhmJ-FytW0Hrmc8HjPWQk8EVRI2Myvubbm2fqNO__eiPn4xqfsY

 

Jan
13
Sun
Kid Show: Groundwork Music Project
Jan 13 @ 10:30 am
Kid Show: Groundwork Music Project

Groundwork Music Orchestra is music for that’s not just for kids! The Groundwork Music Orchestra uses the genre of children’s music to offer an expansive palette of song craft and musicianship. Their music is fun and easy to like, but never plays down to the audience. From the old world-styled Bone Soup to the straight ahead pop of Ride My Giraffe, every song invites the audience to join in. Also frequently joining in are great guest appearances from musicians like David Garza and Guy Forsyth. The Orchestra is led by Neal Kassanoff, who has written songs recorded by Carolyn Wonderland, Asylum Street Spankers and Guy Forsyth. The Orchestra also stands at the flank of a larger organization The Groundwork Music Project (GMP). All proceeds from the sale of Groundwork CD’s provide funding for GMP’s mission to bring free and low cost music education into preschools that could not otherwise afford it. All GMP teachers are accomplished, multi-instrumentalists who use many of the songs recorded by the Orchestra in their lesson plans.

facebook.com/groundworkmusicproject/

Jan
20
Sun
Kid Show: Strawbitty Yops
Jan 20 @ 10:30 am

 

Feb
10
Sun
Kid Show: Groundwork Music Project
Feb 10 @ 10:30 am
Kid Show: Groundwork Music Project

Groundwork Music Orchestra is music for that’s not just for kids! The Groundwork Music Orchestra uses the genre of children’s music to offer an expansive palette of song craft and musicianship. Their music is fun and easy to like, but never plays down to the audience. From the old world-styled Bone Soup to the straight ahead pop of Ride My Giraffe, every song invites the audience to join in. Also frequently joining in are great guest appearances from musicians like David Garza and Guy Forsyth. The Orchestra is led by Neal Kassanoff, who has written songs recorded by Carolyn Wonderland, Asylum Street Spankers and Guy Forsyth. The Orchestra also stands at the flank of a larger organization The Groundwork Music Project (GMP). All proceeds from the sale of Groundwork CD’s provide funding for GMP’s mission to bring free and low cost music education into preschools that could not otherwise afford it. All GMP teachers are accomplished, multi-instrumentalists who use many of the songs recorded by the Orchestra in their lesson plans.

facebook.com/groundworkmusicproject/

Mar
3
Sun
Kid Show: The Hey Lolly Music
Mar 3 @ 10:30 am

Image may contain: 3 people, people smiling, closeup

The Hey Lolly Band, two-time Austin Chronicle Best Of winner, is a band that entertains Austin’s littlest live-music lovers. Laura Freeman, lead singer and songwriter, gets the audience singing and dancing. Entertaining with original songs, the Hey Lollies also perform original musical puppet shows. Their newest incarnation, The Hey Lolly Brass Band, uses acoustic instruments to introduce your tiny tykes to big brass sounds.

https://www.facebook.com/heylollymusic/

http://heylollymusic.com/?fbclid=IwAR0D3UpkBhmJ-FytW0Hrmc8HjPWQk8EVRI2Myvubbm2fqNO__eiPn4xqfsY

 

Mar
4
Mon
Carlos Castaneda Art Display
Mar 4 @ 4:00 pm – Apr 15 @ 12:00 pm

Carlos Castaneda’s intricate and fine-tuned craft came about after spending several years restoring upholstery in classic vehicles.  Castaneda decided to branch out and try something rare and challenging by creating art with various textures of vinyl and fabric materials.  Using his fabric and needlework knowledge, he began to create one of a kind wall art, seat benches, purses, bars, restaurant doors, gear knob covers, and many other original pieces.  All of Castaneda’s pieces are unique to his innovative craft.  Specific to his wall art, Castaneda installs a foam backing before he frames his pieces which creates a stunning 3D effect. Steady handed talent is obvious in everything he creates.  Castaneda’s beautifully weird designs will have you caught with wonder and admiration.

https://www.sickstrings.net/

 

Mar
10
Sun
Kid Show: Groundwork Music Project
Mar 10 @ 10:30 am
Kid Show: Groundwork Music Project

Groundwork Music Orchestra is music for that’s not just for kids! The Groundwork Music Orchestra uses the genre of children’s music to offer an expansive palette of song craft and musicianship. Their music is fun and easy to like, but never plays down to the audience. From the old world-styled Bone Soup to the straight ahead pop of Ride My Giraffe, every song invites the audience to join in. Also frequently joining in are great guest appearances from musicians like David Garza and Guy Forsyth. The Orchestra is led by Neal Kassanoff, who has written songs recorded by Carolyn Wonderland, Asylum Street Spankers and Guy Forsyth. The Orchestra also stands at the flank of a larger organization The Groundwork Music Project (GMP). All proceeds from the sale of Groundwork CD’s provide funding for GMP’s mission to bring free and low cost music education into preschools that could not otherwise afford it. All GMP teachers are accomplished, multi-instrumentalists who use many of the songs recorded by the Orchestra in their lesson plans.

facebook.com/groundworkmusicproject/

Mar
17
Sun
Kid Show: Oh Antonio
Mar 17 @ 10:30 am

 

In 1982, Antonio met Grapes, his first Imaginary Friend. Grapes and Antonio had several adventures together. They shared secrets, sang songs and Grapes always had a chair at the dinner table.
Sadly, Antonio grew up, got a degree, found a corporate job and forgot about Grapes.
Then one day, Antonio felt low. Climbing corporate culture and recovering from an embattled relationship shifted his heart. Looking for reprieve, Antonio rediscovered his love of music. He longed to smile and yearned for others to do the same. He wrote silly songs focused on hope, love and understanding.
As time moved on, Antonio’s found others who wanted to join the fun!