November 16th - 23rd: A Duct Tape Experience, Smokey Robinson, Pirate story time and Thanksgiving Stories with Miss Melissa
November 16, 2012By NewsWorks
Bring out your inner handyman during this fun Family Program centered on the versatile material duct tape! Inspired by Joe Girandola’s exhibition Rise and Fall: Monumental Duct Tape Drawings, children and families will use glow in the dark and colored tape to make extraordinary works of art in the classroom. Don’t forget to stop by our collaborative installation for more sticky fun! Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, November 18th, 12 P.M.
An intimate evening with the King of Motown. See the King of Motown like you’ve never seen him before…up close and personal. The legendary velvet-voiced singer/songwriter with over four decades of hits (“Tears of a Clown,” “My Girl,” “Being With You”) shares his life and music in this intimate and interactive evening not to be missed. The Grand, November 20th, 8 P.M.
Bill Stubbles, local Kalmar Nyckel pirate and yarn weaver, will answer the age old question, "Do Pirates Take Baths?" in this cheerful, silly book about life as a pirate. Pirate Bill will also share some pirate fact from fiction . . . and all the legends in between. Following the story, you can make your own pirate hook to take home. Delaware Children's Museum, November 23rd, 2 P.M.
Preschoolers are invited to join Miss Melissa for a story time full of laughter. Melissa Brenner will be singing songs, telling stories, and introducing her puppet friend! Space is limited. Please call 302-698-6440 to register. Kent County Public Library, November 20th, 10 A.M.