Interactive music show to engage Napa’s residents

July 17, 2013 by  

The Bremen Town Musicians Music Show is coming to Napa this July and is sure to draw quite the crowd of youngsters and adults alike, presenting an ideal opportunity for local businesses to advertise around the area. Print companies in the area can get banners, flyers, and posters ready to place near the area for increased visibility.

Andy Strain – a dedicated trombonist – will lead the Bremen Town Musicians Music Show. Children who are four years of age or older are invited to get up and be a part of the interactive show at regular intervals, engaging their minds and building confidence. Scenes of the little ones having fun and being a part of the Bremen Town Musicians Music Show are sure to make good photo opportunities for their parents.

The Napa Main Library, at 580 Coombs Street, is the place to join in on the fun. Admission is free to those who wish to attend, although kids of seven years of age or younger must have an adult present to supervise them at all times during the show.

It begins at 9:30 am and will take place on Wednesday, July 24. There will be a second showing on the same day at 10:45 am for anyone who missed the initial show. Call 707-253-4070 with any questions about the Bremen Town Musicians Music Show.

Preschools, daycares and other large groups of children should arrange their attendance prior to the showing. Call 707-259-8393 and speak with Ann Davis to secure space and seating.

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