The Creative Learning Alliance is excited to bring an opportunity to play and learn inside where it’s cool at their Uncommon Musical Instruments Playshop, which is scheduled for Saturday, July 22 at 1:00 to 2:00 pm.
If you dreamed of an instrument that had never been made before, what would it look like? Learn how didgeridoos and tuning forks use different waves to make sounds, play with a banana piano (yes, you read that right), watch sound make ooblek dance, play with some uncommon instruments with Ernie Williamson Music, and make your own harmonica to play at home!
The cost to attend the Playshop is $5 per child for children between the ages of three and 17. There is no additional cost for parents or children under the age of two, but everyone in your party must be registered.
Learn more here.
About The Creative Learning Alliance:
The Creative Learning Alliance is a hands-on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) based attraction that exercises curiosity, promotes exploration, and develops imagination for people of all ages through interactivity. The nonprofit is run by a volunteer board of directors working to develop a new science center for the region. Find the Creative Learning Alliance at CreativeLearningAlliance.org or on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok @creativelearningalliance.
Neely Myers, Program Coordinator
Creative Learning Alliance