Homespun Community Dancing Presents New Programs of Traditional Music and Dance
Inform, Entertain and Inspire Your Patrons
Do you want to inform, entertain, and inspire participants in community building, physical movement, cooperative activities, global cultural traditions, and music education in your library?
Making the old traditions new again, the music and dancing of “Peter, Paul & George” promote brain and body health while participants move together.
“It’s rare to find a combination of musicianship and humor combined with a genuine love for children. They make their years of study and work look effortless, and their expertise means they easily pass on their knowledge of folk traditions to even the youngest in the audience.”
— Frieda Toth, Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls
Programs for Seniors, Adults, Teens and Families*
*Every one of these programs can be adapted for seniors, families, adults, teens and youth.
Learn About the Programs:
- Dance and Music of the Erie Canal – Meeting of the Waters
- Colonial Dance
- Dance the World Around
- Old Time Community Barn Dance
- Homespun Family Dance
- Community Harvest Dance
- Cabin Fever Community Dance
See Peter, Paul & George in Action!
“We have enjoyed having Homespun Community Dancing for many years. The performers offer music from around the world and a welcome chance for audience members of all ages to participate in dancing and movement together… Traditional music and traditional fun performed by wonderful musicians. A great library program!”— Jennifer Ogrowdowski/Dan Hubbs, Saratoga Springs Public Library
“Thanks for a wonderful afternoon, everyone had so much fun. It was one of the best “Big Read” events in terms of attendance and enthusiasm.”— Chuck Thomas, Newburgh Free Library
Answers to Some Questions You Might Have
- Want to Know Ten Great Reasons to Host a Homespun Community Dance at Your Library?
- What’s the Age Range for Homespun Programs?
- What is the Experience Level of the Staff?
- Who are Peter, Paul & George?
- Will Homespun Fit Our Budget?
Just For Fun…
“We heard many compliments and expressions of joy. I really enjoyed seeing the intergenerational aspect of it all. You have such a wonderful way of interacting with people and making it all seem so easy and soooo much fun!”— Helen Brownell, Easton Public Library