MUSICA Entertainment & Early Education presents The Columbia City Holiday Kids Fair, at the Historic Columbia City Theatre, Saturday, Dec. 13, Noon - 3 p.m.
The Columbia City Theatre is Seattle's oldest vaudeville theatre. Formerly a playground for Jimi Hendrix music wizardry, the current theatre offers a classic show stage, a state of the art audio recoding studio, and a video production facility.
Kids of all ages will enjoy this production of music, dance and fun. The event will be hosted by none other than Frosty the Snowman. Frosty's guests include Santa Claus, who will stop in for a visit and pictures.
Frosty's performers and friends include jazz guitarist Michael Powers who'll be performing "Frosty the Bluesman" and "Frosty's Funky Holiday," along with the lovable education mascot Rodney Raccoon, who teaches kids about hygiene, their ABCs and 123s, all to cool hip-hop music.
The amazing EriAm Sisters, featuring 11-year-old Haben Abraham, will be joining Frosty to present an amazing performance of the latest top-40 tunes as well as a preview of music from their forthcoming album.
Northwest Tap Connection, the incredible Seattle youth tap group, has performed all over the United States and will again amaze audiences with their tap, dance and showmanship.
Lots of surprises, face painting, interactive games and balloon making only add to an afternoon of fun, learning and music.
The Columbia City Holiday Kids Fair is an opportunity to have family fun experiencing fantastic entertainment, music while visiting the historic Columbia City neighborhood.
Columbia City, located just southeast of downtown Seattle is sometimes referred to as the "Neighborhood of Nations."
Shop in the unique business district which has everything from the Columbia City Art Gallery to funky boutiques to children's apparel and, cuisine from traditional American to Cuban, Mexican, Cajun soul, Ethiopian and more.
Toddlers are welcomed and encouraged at this all-ages family friendly event. At MUSICA Entertainment we are excited to provide families with the opportunity to enjoy a fun, safe learning environment full of holiday spirit and good cheer.
You'll learn more about the Atlantic Street Center, home of the very successful Parent/Child Home Program and other valuable resources in regards to early education, parenting and school readiness during our live webcast of the event if you can't make it in person.
If you have crafts to display or would like to be a vendor, we have limited table space available and the product must be kid friendly. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advance tickets available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com or at the door.