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Monster Mash Masquerade

Princess and Pirate Dancing

Families with young children can get dressed in their most comfortable costumes and boogie over to our open dance party. Our littlest patrons can dance with their grownups to some great spooky tunes. After we've danced the monsters away, be ready for a costume parade through the library!

Designed for new walkers up to 5 years old, dancing is a great way to have fun together and build gross motor skills. All attendees are encouraged to wear costumes, dance, and have a great time.

No registration required. Please choose only one time to attend.

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

New Children's Music from Jim Gill

Jim Gill, master of all things fun and silly, has a new album.

Jim Gill presents music play for folks of all stripes [sound recording] by Gill, Jim — If you love bananas or pizza, this album has songs for you. If you love Mozart or friends, look no further. Jim Gill has created another great dancing, clapping, silly songs album for everyone young and old. You can find other Jim Gill albums in the Children's Department, too. Happy listening!

Dance the Bunny Hop

Spring into action this weekend with the Bunny Hop. Don't know what the Bunny Hop is? Check out some of these fun cd's and put on your dancing paws, I mean shoes.

Disney's more dancin' tunes [sound recording]

Family fun songs [sound recording]

A very veggie Easter [sound recording]

Animal groove [sound recording] words & music by James Coffey

Animal walks [sound recording] by Georgiana Stewart

Diaper gym [sound recording]: fun activities for babies on the move presented by Playful Parenting

Dancing Picture Books

If you enjoy dancing, you may enjoy some fun picture books about these little dancers:

Tessa's tip-tapping toes by Carolyn Crimi; illustrated by Marsha Gray Carrington

Dancing class by H.M. Ehrlich; pictures by Laura Rader

Harriet dancing by Ruth Symes; illustrated by Caroline Jayne Church

Hop jump by Ellen Stoll Walsh

Angelina ballerina by story by Katharine Holabird; illustrations by Helen Craig

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