October 2020
Let's Be Creative! with LBC
Family Improv Game Time
October 20, 3:30pm
Our Let's Be Creative! digital series is still running! Since March we’ve been sharing arts education videos for students, families, and teachers on the LBC Facebook and YouTube pages. August 25th marked our 100th video, and we couldn’t thank you enough for all your comments, likes, shares, and support! We’re excited to continue the program on a smaller scale during the school year. For the remainder of the fall, we’ll be sharing videos and occasional live classes at 3:30pm every Tuesday, so keep tuning in. Our next live class takes place on October 20th with family improv game time! We’ll share the Zoom meeting link on our Facebook that day, but be sure to share it now with your students or families.
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Guitar Challenge
Just for you! We are hosting a weekly guitar class for adults only. Would you like to learn to play? We'll even loan you a guitar—and it's all free! Contact Tracy Sawyer for more information.
Instrument Lending Library Available for School Music Programs
Music for Schools, LBC's free instrument lending library, still has plenty of instruments available for this school year. We have a contact-free application and are prepared to help your school music program. Check in with Tracy Sawyer to find out more.

Chicken Dance

by ArtsPower
October 2020
Available all month long!

Grades PK-3

This colorful musical follows chickens Marge and Lola as they try to win first prize in their barnyard talent contesttwo tickets to see the great Elvis Poultry in concert! Winning won’t be easy especially since they are being bullied by Mac the Duck. Based on the award winning book.

The Mixed-Up Files of
Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler

by ArtsPower
November 2020
Available all month long!

Grades 2-6

Follow sister-brother team Claudia and Jamie as they hide out overnight in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, catching the attention of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, a collector of fine art, facts, figures—and secrets. This musical adventure is based on E.L. Konigsburg’s Newbery Medal-winning classic is sure to captivate your students!


Bringing Books Back to Life

Instructor: Hannah Keefer
Grades 4-12
Subjects: Dance, English Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning

Students will adapt a novel they’ve read in class into an abridged stage version, with focus on narrative themes, characterization, and dialogue.


Thursday, November 10

Instructor: Rosalind Flynn
Grades 3-12
Subjects: All
Discover an arts-integrated approach to learning focused on scripts about content information for students to read, write, and perform. A copy of the book, Dramatizing the Content with Curriculum-Based Readers Theatre, is included.

Information about scholarship opportunities is available here.
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