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Add a little colour and a lot of music to your little ones' lives! Miss Molly’s Maypole – Dancing for Kids features a height-adjustable maypole, colourful ribbons, live piano accordion music, and percussion instruments for kids to tap away on. No experience is necessary: just a few kids, a little energy and a camera provide a fun, memorable activity. What’s more, kids will develop a greater appreciation of dance and music and develop some social skills at the same time.
Maypole dancing has a rich history throughout Europe and has diversified into many different styles. Join Miss Molly and her helpers for a fun maypole dance experience and learn how to create colourful patterns on the maypole. Have a go at the energetic Barber's Pole or be challenged by the more elaborate, Austrian-inspired Bandltanz, where kids and their grown-ups weave a creative pattern around the pole. Take a waltz train, enjoy some simple folk dances, or just join in with some percussion to live accordion music.
All ages are welcome, so come along and do some Maypole with Molly
Our next confirmed appearances for 2014 are:
Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival - Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 October
Music at the Creek, Majors Creek - Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 November
Past appearances include:
U3A International Dance session Tuesday May 6 1.30 Batemans Bay Community Centre
Cobargo Folk Festival - February 21- 23 Saturday 10.00, Sunday 9.00. We created our very first Spider's Web!
Numeralla Folk Festival - Saturday January 25, 4-5pm, in the hall. 40th festival celebration with lots of volunteers.
2013: Carols by Candlelight at Mackay Park, Corrigan's Beach December 15, 5.30-8.30 There were lots of enthusiastic kids!
Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival - Saturday October 26 12.30pm, Sunday October 27 12pm on the oval
Numeralla Folk Festival - Saturday January 26, 11.30 Great festival - see photos page
Cobargo Folk Festival - Saturday and Sunday February 23 and 24. Times Saturday 10am, Sunday 9am
Canberra Centennary Celebration - Gathering Storm - Sunday March 24, 17.00 at Mirramu Creative Arts Centre 849 Lake Rd Bungendore (Lake George, via Bungendore)