December 2020
Happy Holidays!
If you missed our celebration of the magical holiday traditions across Mexico from this year’s Posada Navideña this weekend, there’s still time to sign up for our virtual School Show!

The free public performance was made possible thanks to our generous sponsor
and our community partner
You can also check out our special craft project inspired by the show and the holiday season!

Plus, enjoy this unique student-created work by LBC’s Mariachi Ensemble which premiered as an opening for the public performance of Posada Navideña as part of our web series Luther Locals.


Posada Navideña

by Calidanza
December 2020
Available all month long!

Grades K-12

Celebrate the folkloric dance and music traditions of Mexico in this exciting, culturally rich performance for students of all ages and backgrounds. A rainbow of shimmering color, Posada Navideña will charm your students with Mexico’s seasonal customs and traditions.

Pete the Cat

by TheatreWorksUSA
January 2021
Available all month long!

Grades PK-3

Join us for a musical adventure based on the book series by Eric Litwin. Pete the Cat and his new human friend Jimmy conquer second grade art and learn about inspiration and friendship.


Doktor Kaboom!

February 2021
Available all month long!

Grades 1-6

The hilariously charming Doktor Kaboom blends science, comedy, and a German accent in his series of increasingly spectacular demonstrations of the physical sciences.


Finding Wisdom Through African Drumming

Instructor: Onye Onyemaechi
Grades 6-12
Subjects: Music, Social Studies, Social Emotional Learning

Students will learn basic drumming techniques, discover the drum’s historical and cultural context, and use both to enhance their social-emotional skills.

Generous support provided by the Farley Family Charitable Foundation

Tuesday, February 16

Instructor: Hannah Dworkin
Grades K-2
Subjects: Movement, Visual Art, Social Emotional Learning
Explore the types of trauma, how trauma impacts brain development, and how to identify behaviors that indicate a triggered response. Participants will walk away with strategies they can implement in the classroom (and virtually) that will support a calm, safe environment, the healing process, and important tools for self-care.

Information about scholarship opportunities is available here.
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