SPRING IN OPERA LAND

spring breAk WITH OPERA BEAR!

Looking for some fun over Spring Break? Join Bearitone – your favorite Opera Bear – for two fun, musical workshops for children! We'll learn songs, play games, and as always, each workshop will feature a new chapter from the exciting storybook series, The Bearitone Tales. Get ready to dance your way to Opera Land! Mr. Cole and Bearitone can't wait to meet you or see you again!

WHO IT'S FOR

Families with children in grades Pre-K to 3

All children must be accompanied by an adult. 

WHEN

See below for more information

WHERE

Zoom Webinar

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COST

We are excited to offer our tickets on a sliding scale to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in our family programming. The tickets are $0-40 per household:

$0 Qualified Guests

$10 Discounted Fee

$20 Standard Fee

$40 Enable Another Family to Attend*

*this is not a tax-deductible contribution

Picture Time with Opera Bear

Saturday, March 20, 2021 at 11AM

When Bearitone isn’t busy watching opera, he loves to listen to music and draw pictures! What images do you think of when you hear a beautiful song? Join Mr. Cole and Bearitone for a fun time with music and coloring. Each student should bring along their favorite tools for making art: pencils, crayons, or markers, and a few sheets of paper. We’ll also take a break from drawing to hear the story of Opera Bear and ‘The Great Flying Tosca’! 

Opera Bear’s Song Safari

Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 11AM

What songs do children sing around the world? Mr. Cole and Bearitone have packed their bags and are ready to lead you on a musical tour across the globe. If we’re lucky, we’ll meet a few animal friends along the way. (Do you have an animal friend, stuffed or otherwise? Bring them along!) Once we’re tired out from our travels, we’ll settle down to hear the story of Opera Bear and the Countesses Who Lunch!