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Harmonica Pocket at Bellingham Library Brown Bag Concert

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Harmonica Pocket at Bellingham Library Brown Bag Concert

Time: August 13, 2010 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: Bellingham Public Library Lawn
Street: 210 Lottie St.
City/Town: Bellingham
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Phone: 778-7000
Event Type: concert
Organized By: Brown Bag Concert Series
Latest Activity: Aug 11, 2010

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Event Date: 8/13/2010
A family event! The Harmonica Pocket returns to Bellingham WA! Music for kids that includes concepts of sustainability. Bellingham Parks and Recreation Summer Brown Bag Concert Series, on the Bellingham Public Library Lawn. 210 Lottie St. (across from City Hall), 12 - 1 pm. For more info call the Parks Office at (360) 778-7000

Harmonica Pocket is Keeth Monta Apgar, and Nala Walla.

Keeth loves to write and perform children’s music. He teaches and performs at schools, festivals, and libraries up and down the west coast. His "Harmonica Pocket Children's Show" is a mix of original tunes and twists on classic American folk songs, a combo which entertains and delights both kids and their parents by blending music with movement.

Nala brings her transdisciplinary background to The Harmonica Pocket as a vocalist, improv dancer, and hula hoop artist. As a live performer, she plays the spider and the ladybug in The Harmonica Pocket Children's Show.

Nala's movement style draws on contact improv, action theater, aerial dance, and clown. Off-stage, she is a community building activist, writer, and permaculture teacher who integrates principles of ecology with the interactive, body-based arts through the collaborative group

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Comment by Bruce Horowitz on August 10, 2010 at 11:09pm
They rock both kids and adults. check this consicous groove out if you can. Not to be missed!

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