Singing Storytime with Anna Stange
It's a storytime. It's a concert. It's a special program by Chicago based musician Anna Stange. Anna will be in the area for just a few days so this will be her first and possibly only performance in the Roaring Fork Valley this year. She plans to do songs in Picture Book form, finger plays and lap songs, and some songs using rhythm instruments. This program is open to all children, including daycares and preschools.
Singing Storytime takes place at the Gordon Cooper Branch Library on Tuesday, April 2 at 10:30 am.
If you are bringing a group of children, please RSVP to Sue, 963-2889 or email@example.com.
For more information, contact the Gordon Cooper Branch Library at (970) 963-2889.
Folksinger ANNA STANGE offers her upbeat programs featuring traditional folk songs to audiences all across the United States. From ballads to singalongs, Anna's shows feature old favorites from the American folk tradition and newer songs she's gathered along her travels.
Anna has been making music with and for children and adults since her daughter, then two, brought her to "Show and Share." Anna teaches guitar, piano, dulcimer, ukelele, and children's music at World Folk Music Company in Chicago. She is a former elementary school teacher who presents educational and fun musical programs to students at schools and libraries around the country.
Anna has three CD's for children, "Miss Anna's Music Class: a Pre-primer for Little Folkies," "Miss Anna's Music Class: Volume 2," and "A Family Album."