Space! The Cosmos for Kids: Turtle Dance Music (Ages 2 and up)

Kids Place at Bellevue Avenue Branch Library

No registration required.

Enjoy dancing, music technology and facts about our solar system to a thumping beat. Meet aliens from outer space, learn about the eight planets, join a rap battle about the sun and learn about the differences between revolution and rotation. The show is accompanied by sensory experiences designed to help kids learn and have fun at the same time. Turtle Dance Music is dedicated to furthering child development through arts-integration, music and entertainment.

 

Contact Information
  1. Deivis Garcia
  2. 973-744-0500
  3. youthservices@montclair.bccls.org
Sat, July 27
3:00 pm — 4:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 07/27/2019 3:00pm 07/27/2019 4:00pm America/New_York Space! The Cosmos for Kids: Turtle Dance Music (Ages 2 and up)

Kids Place at Bellevue Avenue Branch Library

No registration required.

Enjoy dancing, music technology and facts about our solar system to a thumping beat. Meet aliens from outer space, learn about the eight planets, join a rap battle about the sun and learn about the differences between revolution and rotation. The show is accompanied by sensory experiences designed to help kids learn and ...

185 Bellevue Ave. Montclair, NJ 07043

Bellevue Avenue Branch

185 Bellevue Ave.
Montclair, NJ 07043

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Need a New Garage Door? Request Your Free Quote Today

February 20, 2020

Door Boy is a full service company that installs and services all makes of garage doors and automatic garage door openers. From exotic to traditional, Door Boy carries the door to fit your style and budget.

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Valentine's Day Runway at New Leaf Consignment

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Local Businesses Partner to Help Indie Writers Self-Publish

February 12, 2020

Local businesses partner to help authors with the publishing process

Creative License Publishing and Pfeifer Design are pleased to announce the joining of their creative talents to assist all writers who want to be self-published. Their goal is to provide writers with a mainstream quality read, in both substance and appearance, while the writer maintains the creative and financial benefits of ...

Morristown Happenings: Things to do in Morristown This Weekend: Feb. 21 - Feb. 23

February 21, 2020

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The month is winding down! Check out what's happening in and around town this weekend. Music. Sports. Comedy. Pancake Breakfast. Speed Dating and more..... Have a great weekend!

Friday February 21

Game Night Fundraiser to Support the Morristown High School Theatre; Morristown Game Vault; 11:30am - midnight

Music at the Troubadour; Morristown Unitarian Fellowship; ...

Something for Everyone: Quest Camps Open House to Be Held in Madison

MADISON, NJ -  Summer is right around the corner. What will the kids do? Come and check out the Madison Area YMCA's Family Center on Wednesday, February 26 from 4pm - 6pm to learn all about the camps that are available.

The camps include:

MiniQuest (Preschool - Grade 1)
KinderQuest & KidsQuest (Kindergarten - Grade 5)
SummerQuest (Grades 6-10)
L.I.T. (Grades ...

Madison Residents Invited to Law Enforcement Night; February 28th

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ - The NJ Coalition for Education and Positive Choices will be hosting its 4th Annual Law Enforcement night on February 28th at 7:00pm at Mennen Sports Arena, 161 East Hanover Avenue, Morristown.

This is a great opportunity to meet local and community officials and see firsthand how law enforcement officers are positive influences in the ...

Share your school accomplishments on TAPinto! Announce graduations, academic honors, sports honors and more!

February 26, 2020

Simply visit TAPinto.net, click on Submit Content and choose Milestone.

Morristown-Beard Teacher Plays with the Eagles at MSG

Talk about life in the fast lane — Morristown-Beard School Performing Arts Department Chair and strings teacher David Gold recently played three sold-out concerts with the Eagles at Madison Square Garden this past weekend as part of their Hotel California 2020 Tour. 

Gold, who played viola as part of a full orchestra, accompanied the Eagles as they performed their legendary Hotel ...

Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township to Host Blood Drive

It’s not every day that a person can say they saved someone’s life. But that’s the power of donating blood.

The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township, in partnership with the American Red Cross, will hold a community blood drive on Sunday, March 8 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the church at 240 Southern Boulevard.

If you are between the ages of 17 to 76 and in good ...

Madison Residents Invited to the Maple Sugar Festival; March 14th

February 23, 2020

CHATHAM, NJ. Celebrate the peak of maple sugaring season at the annual Maple Sugar Festival held at the Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center in Chatham Township, Saturday, March 14 from 12 noon to 4 p.m.

Syrup enthusiasts can watch tree tapping demos. Enjoy samples of homemade maple ice cream and taste-test a variety of syrups.

A guided hike will take guests through the Maple ...

Enroll Your Preschooler at the F.M. Kirby Children's Center of the Madison Area YMCA

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Community Members Invited to Madison February Rotary's Speaker Series

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The Rotary Club of Madison has an enthusiastic and engaged network of ordinary people doing extraordinary things to serve humanity in our local and global communities.  At each meeting, a guest speaker presents on a broad range of topics that are of interest to the community.

On February 13, Renee ...

Y Ninja Fit—It’s a Hit!

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Teens experience the best of both worlds in this one-hour combination class of obstacle course training and fitness training. The ...

Fighting Melanoma from the Inside Out

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“Nothing my doctors tried was working,” said John, 57. “It wasn’t looking good for me.”

His local physicians then delivered the hopeful news that researchers three hours away, at the ...

CAR T-Cell Therapy Trial

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100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment

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Chatham Township Announces Tentative Affordable Housing Agreement; 6 Sites of Group Homes, 62 at River Road; Skate Park Stays

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Luxury Hotel for Dogs Proposed for Roxbury

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UPDATED: Scotch Plains Chef Joe Murphy Wins Food Network's 'Chopped Sweets' Contest

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Paintings by Flemington artist Cara London at the new Gallery at the Park in Union City

WHAT:
Paintings by Cara London at the new Gallery at the Park in Union City
Art opening and exhibition

WHERE AND WHEN:
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Cost: ...

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