We just got word that Active Labor Gown is donating 30 buckets to Sunday’s Hip Tot Music Fest, each with chalk or bubbles in them, for their Pass the Bucket campaign. But that is just the beginning of this beautiful concept! The buckets will be displayed around Littlefield you can put things in or take stuff out and at the end of the show the buckets can go home with anyone who wants them and they can then pass it on to someone else! It’s a random act of kindness that will bring everyone a little joy! Don’t you love it???
So come on by Littlefield (622 Degraw St) for the Hip Tot Music Fest Mother’s Day show with The Trummytones at noon and bring something special to put in the bucket, enjoy something from the bucket, or just share what’s in the bucket.
Here are some suggestions for things to bring to share:
a toy your child doesn’t play with anymore
something you bought at the store like bubbles
Each bucket will have hashtag like #bucket1, 2, 3 etc. so you can take a picture and follow where the bucket goes on twitter, instagram or wherever those hashtags go!
For this show we will not do goody bags but will do plenty of good!!!
Last Sunday’s Hip Tot Music Fest, sponsored by Happy Family , was amazing! Bob McGrath of Sesame Street put on a phenomenal performance alongside the most rockin Kindie band around, Jeremy Play’s Guitar and the Rock’ucation band.
Our last show of 2012 opened with Melanie Hope Greenberg. Her book Aunt Lilly’s Laundromat was a perfect to start the show. Next up we had the fabulous Jete dancers from Jete Dance Center, dancing to I’m Elmo and I know it. The pre-show ended with The Cool Beans performing their song It’s Fantastic!
Santa also came into town to spread Christmas cheer, kids had a chance to take pictures and tell their wishes to the jolly fellow. Along with the performers, kids got their faces painted by Lady Z, ate delicious holiday-themed cupcakes made by a local mom Stefanie Togati and got to climb through the cardboard castle made by Mini Jake owner Inga Rogers.
Where was I during all of this? I got a chance to be stage manager! It was hectic but fun and worth every minute. I hope you will join us next month.