Weekly Musical Playgroup: SHAC Snack Attack Hour (in person at HVWC)
April 4 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Grab your kids and some snacks and join us for this weekly drop-in concert/dance party/free-play/snack break! Brought to you compliments of the Sleepy Hollow Arts Center, The SHAC SNACK-ATTACK HOUR gives children and their caregivers the opportunity to sing, dance, play, and snack in a fun, relaxed atmosphere with live musical accompaniment provided by local and visiting musicians!
AGE GROUP: infants, toddlers, and any children pre-kindergarten age. Child must be accompanied by an adult, who remains in the class at all times.
TIME: This group will meet Tuesdays from 10:00 – 11:00 am at HVWC. We are located at the Philipse Manor RR station. (If you’re driving to the station, park in the HVWC-labelled spots in front of the building or come inside to get a parking pass from us which you can display in your car so that a commuter parking permit isn’t needed during class.)
COST: $20 suggested donation per family. Please register below for a free ticket and you’ll be able to add a donation at checkout.
Walk-ins are welcome.
THIS IS AN ONGOING DROP-IN CLASS, every Tuesday morning!
HVWC is thrilled to present this series in partnership with The Sleepy Hollow Arts Center (The SHAC). The SHAC dedicated to providing world class art and arts education from and for the communities of Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, the Hudson Valley and beyond.
The group will be facilitated by Josh Lewis, who is the founder and artistic director of the Sleepy Hollow Arts Center (The SHAC). He has acted, directed, written, and composed for numerous New York theater companies, including: the Atlantic Theater Company, The 52nd Street Project, Naked Angels, and Manhattan Theater Club. He’s co-founder and former co-artistic director of the Atlantic Theater Company’s alumni Farm Team and founder and artistic director of the Young Playwrights program for Operation Exodus, a New York City based mentoring program for Latino youth.
Richard Lowenberg is an actor, pianist, and teaching artist dedicated to creating community through collaborative storytelling and music. He received his BFA in acting from NYU Tisch. As a musician, he performs around NYC with his jazz-funk band MYSA. Richard has been a teaching artist for over five years, sharing the joy of theater and music with students of all ages.