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A special sing along performance by the Lady Scientist and Mrs. Berry Bear!
We play at 1pm These monthly programs for families include a gallery activity and tour of an exhibition followed by a hands-on art activity in the classroom. The program is designed to educate families about the current exhibitions on view at the museum and acquaint them with the world of fine art. Refreshments are provided.
Doors at 2, Music at 3
We will be playing 2 sets. 1:15 and 3:00!
Literacy Live an event to encourage literacy in the community. Hosted by United Way of the Midlands
Sounds Like: They Might Be Giants, Dan Zanes, Elizabeth Mitchell and You Are My Flower, Justin Roberts, Laurie Berkner Band
Manager: Jenny Woodward
Bio: Like Totally! is a theatrical Kindie Rock band from Athens, GA. They sing pop songs custom made for kids of all ages and perform interactive skits in between songs!
Like Totally! was founded in 2006 by Whitney Evick, Jenny Woodward, Jared Schwartz, Nathan Evick, and Danny Gorbachov. Our demo ent...See Full Bio
"We're Like Totally!, and it's party time!" With this raucous cry begins Good Mews, the Kickstarter-funded debut album from the long-running local "kindie rock" outfit. What follows is 25 minutes of pathologically catchy, criminally ridiculous music, a straight-up silly set of songs ostensibly geared towards children but, also, as that somewhat awkward genre tag suggests, hip, discerning parent-approved. And even if you're not a parent, chances are you'll find something to like here; this stuff is, by and large, irresistible. A lot of that has to do with the fact that, unlike most contemporary "adult" music, there is no irony involved in Like Totally!'s artistic approach. To listen to Good Mews is to realize how cynical you have become—you crabby old coot—but it is also to rediscover a certain youthful joy. It's not uncommon, at a Like Totally! gig, to see moms and dads joining their kids in joyous, impromptu dance sessions; you get the sense that they're losing themselves in the m