Tunebugs volunteers created a fun activity to add to the SHPS “Books by the Beach” program made possible by dedicated SHPS teacher Heather Chalupa. We had fun experimenting with popsicle stick “harmonicas” with lots of young friends. We brought a few instruments along, too, for the kids to learn about and play.
@South Haven Center for the Arts (SHCA) (600 Phoenix St)
Come and make your art in the open studio!
$5 supply fee (one time fee covers future 2nd floor studio)
Chicago film maker, Ron Richardson, leads a film making workshop for kids 12 and up (10 and up are invited with a parent or older sibling). Bring your phone or camera and a lunch!
9-3:30pm @ Historical Association of South Haven (Hartmann School, 355 Hubbard St.)
$20 payable at the event. Any questions contact email@example.com
7PM @Riverfront Park
Kicking off the Riverfront Concert Series. Click here for this summer’s schedule.
FRI 5/31 7PM @Baseline Middle School
An evening of laughs, friendships, comic book palooza and saving the world. Join SH Performing Arts and Baseline Drama Club as they perform Nerd Herd (by Christian Kiley) and Comedic Improv! This is a free event, but donations are accepted and greatly appreciated!!
Foundry Hall is starting a free Drama Club at Baseline Middle School for improv games, musical theater and other drama fun. Led by Nicole Guminski it has been an instant hit at the school.
Kids Guitar Club is an opportunity for middle school kids playing or wanting to get started playing to learn from each other offered at Baseline Middle School 2:45-3:30. Continue reading “Middle School Guitar Club”
Teen Open Mic! On the second Thursday of the month we set up a teen open mic at Rock ‘n’ Road Cycle (315 Broadway). This is an open mic/talent share/social opportunity for the younger musicians, poets, artists, etc. in the area. We’d love to have some younger people help us run it, plan the next one and participate. Give us a shout if you want to help!
Foundry Hall Artist in Residence, Samuel Nalangira, leads workshops at Epiphany Church. Using traditional, handmade African instruments and Samuel’s original music students learn drumming techniques, rhythms and African dance styles all in a fun, supportive, engaging environment!
All ages (under 8 needs adult accompaniment)!
$10/workshop (Pay at the event)