Express Yourself with Musician Tracey Eldridge

Imagination is the limit! In a highly interactive program, musician Tracey Eldridge will lead children ages 3-8 in a special performance as part of the “Be Creative @ Your Library” summer reading programming at the Queen Anne’s County Free Library.
 
Eldridge will perform on Wednesday, July 1 at 10:30 a.m. at the Kent Island Branch Library, 200 Library Circle, Stevensville, and at 2:30 p.m. at the Centreville Library, 121 S. Commerce St., Centreville.

Eldridge uses songs, stories, sound effects, props, instruments, creative movement, dramatic play, puppetry, riddles, and rhyming to spark imagination, inspire self-expression, and nurture self-esteem. Eldridge invites children to sing along and participate in her joyful exuberance and sometimes zany ways.

Adults, too, enjoy the variety of musical styles in Eldridge’s repertoire: rock n’ roll, blues, bluegrass, swing, folk, reggae, jazz, calypso, boogie woogie, robckabilly, Zydeco, and more!

All library clubs and activities are free of charge. “Be Creative @ Your Library” t-shirts with Sneaks the Library Cat may be purchased while supplies last beginning on June 1.

A complete list of library summer programs and activities with times and suggested ages is available at the Kent Island Branch Library. Additional information is available at the library’s website (www.quan.lib.md.us) or by calling (410) 643-8161.

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