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Sound Health: Second Saturdays—Wolf Trap (ages 2-6)

Saturday, September 8, 2018 11:30 AM

Sound Health

CRUISING THE CARIBBEAN

Terlene D. Terry-Todd, DC/MD/VA Wolf Trap Master Teaching Artist

Join Ms. T on a trip to the sunny West Indies, a journey full of songs, dances and stories. You and your family will take an imaginary voyage to the seashore and a Caribbean market place while exploring props and costumes which bring songs and dances from the Caribbean to life. Fun for ages 2-6!

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Tickets are not required, but because this event involves physical activity, all participants must sign a waiver prior to participating. Participants may sign a waiver electronically using the link below or in person at the time of the workshop, but spaces are first come, first served, with priority granted to those who have signed a waiver in advance online. Advanced registration has now closed.

Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts is the flagship education program of Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. A nationally recognized leader in early childhood arts-based learning, Wolf Trap Institute trains early childhood educators to use the performing arts as a teaching strategy to engage children in active learning across curricula. Working through a nationwide network of partners and affiliates, Wolf Trap Institute reaches 75,000 students, teachers, parents and caregivers each year.