Kittyko's community performances are always open to guests performers--YOU!
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JOIN THE FUN!
Kittyko entertains, tells stories, plays songs, and encourages children to move & groove!
Family friendly event with yoga pose signs posted on a trail along the Missouri River in Bismarck, ND. Yoga at 1 pm. Interactive music with/for kids at 1:30. Bring an instrument (or anything that can be used as an instrument) like shakers, hand drums, tambourines, rattles, bells, flutes/recorders...even pots or pans, cardboard box, etc.
Learn how to dazzle with chalk at the Chalk Fest! And while you do, Kittyko will play an all ages highly interactive show.
All ages, interactive, energetic performance on the corner of Broadway and 4th St. Kids are welcome to sing into the mic, dance, draw with chalk, hula hoop--come and have fun! Lunch is available at various street vendors.
Active, energetic, all-ages show (especially for kids). After the Camp Hancock army post was decommissioned in 1894, the buildings were used as offices for the U.S. Weather Bureau station until 1940--so Kittyko will also lead fun songs about weather!
Kittyko sings and plays for all ages, outside, Kiwanis Park in Bismarck. Kids are welcome to sing (from their places or "on stage" with a mic). Percussion instruments will be available for passersby or audience folks to jam along!
Enjoy nature--listen to the sounds as we walk and sit quietly together. Join in gentle activities. Make a handmade "gentle sounds" instrument to take home. Event is one hour outside--dress for weather YOU NEED TO REGISTER FOR THIS FREE EVENT HERE: http://www.gentlesounds.org/
Performance for children on the beautiful grounds of the Former Governors' Mansion State Historic site in Bismarck. All ages, free.
Join Kittyko and musical guests every Wednesday from June 16-Aug 11. Northern Plains Dance will join us June 16, July 7, July 14, and Aug 11 to help get kids groovin'! Have a picnic, dance, or just relax & listen...free, all ages! Sponsored by Dakota West Arts Council and Bismarck Parks and Recreation.