Brooklyn Children’s Museum Free Friday Family Jam Series

The Brooklyn Children’s Museum is thrilled to announce their 2011 Free Friday Family Jam Series schedule (July 8 through August 26). Boasting over 25+ years of free-admission evenings featuring music, dance, programs, exhibits, and family fun for kids, parents, grandparents, and friends, this years’ Free Friday Family Jam Series promises to be unforgettable! Admission is free for all visitors after 5pm.

There are eight-action packed Fridays (July 8 through August 26) this summer, when admission to the Museum will be free from 5pm to 7:30pm with exciting performances on the Museum’s rooftop each week.

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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Friday, July 15
Free Friday Night Jam: Soul Understated
6:30pm–7:15pm

Expect this skillful ensemble to adeptly and seemingly effortlessly weave together soul, jazz, funk and gospel, like so many threads in a tapestry, and Ms. Poole does not miss a beat, adding scat and exotic vocals to the mix “like the final spices in an excellent gumbo.”
All Ages

Friday, July 22
Free Friday Night Jam: Third Rail Projects:
Through the Looking Glass
6:30pm–7:15pm

Through the Looking Glass is a cutting edge, re-imagining of Lewis Carroll’s classic “Alice” stories, designed and staged under the direction of Bessie Award-winning artists Zach Morris and Tom Pearson of Third Rail Projects. This visually stunning, meticulously designed and choreographed experience puts a new spin on the idea of site-specific performance and public art.
All Ages

Friday, July 29
Free Friday Night Jam:
Brooklyn Arabic Music Trio
6:30pm–7:15pm

Join us for traditional and contemporary Middle Eastern music featuring the Brooklyn Arabic Music Trio.
All Ages

Click here for August Free Family Series Schedule.

 

Brooklyn Children’s Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11213
718-735-4400

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