Insist on the arts for your kids! Thomas Jefferson said a good education must include academics, athletics AND arts!
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“I’ll see you in an hour!” A kiss on the forehead and off Luca went to his fourth week of Creative Toddling at The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati. He readily walked into class, ready to sing and dance and act. It makes me so proud to watch my son feel confident and excited about his… Read more »
My 3-year-old recently completed her first Tippi Toes class at the Sharonville Community Center. She absolutely loved it! She was ecstatic about wearing a pink leotard with ruffles and ballet shoes. We arrived a little early and all of the little dancers were running around the room excitedly. Promptly at 10 o’clock, the instructor began… Read more »
Fall classes begin on Tuesday, September 5, at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center, located at 3711 Clifton Ave., with a lineup jam-packed with familiar favorites and exciting new offerings. Along with Nia, Pilates, and Zumba classes, you can try out new FREEFLOW DANCE or Breath & Meditation Workshop to get your fitness fill. There… Read more »
Calling all young artists! The Carnegie (1028 Scott Blvd., Covington) has opened registration for fall and early winter Scripps Howard ArtStop Artist Series Workshops for ages 7 – 12. Parents with children interested in hands-on art activities and performing on stage won’t want to miss these fun after-school classes which kick off in August and… Read more »
Join the Penguin Party! C-LINK Gallery at Brazee Street Studios (4426 Brazee St.; 513-321-0206) will exhibit fused glass penguins created by children in grades K – 12, beginning June 12. Thanks to a generous donation from Bullseye Glass Co., the Brazee Street School fo Glass worked with 13 local schools to help form a glass… Read more »
Bring your little ones to Tri-County Mall (11700 Princeton Pike, Springdale) on Saturday, Feb. 14, and let them explore their inner artist during Valentine Valley, a three-thousand square foot indoor creative space created just for children! When children walk through the Valentine’s Archway, down the heart-lined twinkling pathway, past Swan Lake, they’ll enter the Queen of… Read more »
We checked in with local kids who love art, music, theater or dance to find out what makes them tick.
Thirteen-year-old Aubree came to dancing four years ago, after her mom noticed her twirling in between sets during volleyball games. An early stage performance, complete with costumes, a final bow and applause and she was hooked. “She told me after her first performance, ‘Mom, when I got on stage, I knew that’s where I belonged,”… Read more »