While we can’t have the shared experience of a musical, concert, or art class in person right now, we are so thrilled to launch a complete lineup of arts programming for all ages that you can enjoy, experience, and participate in from the comfort and safety of home – Elm Stream!
Each Monday we’ll release a weekly schedule of storytimes, interviews, how-to’s, and more that you can stream on our Facebook page and interact with! These activities and videos will feature community members, actors from productions past and present, Lantern Series artists from around the world – ALL FOR FREE
Here is this week’s schedule:
Monday (May 1st)
- 11:30am – An Interview with She Kills Monsters Director Zach Stolz (all ages)
Tuesday (June 2nd)
- 11:30am – Craft-a-long with Visual Artist Harmony Reid (all ages)
Wednesday (June 3rd)
- 7:30pm – An Evening of Jazz (all ages)
Thursday (June 4th)
- 11:30am – An Interview with Visual Artist Debbie Tidwell (all ages)
Friday (June 5th)
- 8pm – iThink We’re Online? A Digital Improv Comedy Show (ages 8+ due to content)
Downloadable & Printable Activities:
Free coloring sheets for social distancing. Download, print, and share on social media. Tag @madsbeaulieu and use the hashtag #stayinandcolor.
Hansel & Gretel Coloring Pages, illustrated by local artist Harmony Reid
Elm Street Cultural Arts Village is a nonprofit arts organization that depends on the support of our donors, subscribers, and ticket buyers. If you enjoy the content we are creating and find it useful in your world, please consider a donation to Elm Street. Any amount is helpful in sustaining our organization as we navigate this evolving situation. We are grateful for your love and support!
We love the community we get to build with you and look forward to more arts experiences soon!