Just for Kids
Is there a musical instrument that you like the sound of or even like to play?
These are instruments that make up an orchestra. Can you name them?
One part of an Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Family Concert is Meet the Musicians. If you have questions about an instrument, or want to hear how it sounds, this is the time for you. Musicians will meet you before or after the symphony, answer your questions and demonstrate their music. What better way to help you find an instrument you like?
Do you know music?
Around Annapolis, an Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Family Concert is one of the best ways to get to know music.
At this spring's concert, Sat., March 27, kids and families hear old friends Peter Pan and Wendy spring into flight. Helping your imagination take off are the larger-than-life Bob Brown Puppets and conductor David Wiley, who has been playing music professionally since he was 10 years old. Call for stand-by tickets at the 2pm or 3:30pm performance -- or make your reservations now for next fall. Call 410/263-0907.
How many musical terms, instruments or composers can you find hidden in the word search? Circle each, looking for them forward, backward, diagonally, up or down.
HINT: You can find at least 12 words!
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Drawing Contest! Send us your dolphin drawings!
You can be eligible to win free tickets, compliments of the National
Aquarium in Baltimore, to see its new
dolphin show called Coastal Connections: Dolphins at Our Shores! Read our weekly fact about your coastal neighbors, the dolphins, and draw a dolphin at work or play. Fill out the form below, attach
it to your drawing and mail it to NBT Dolphins, P.O. Box 358, Deale MD 20751. We will choose the winner on May 27.
Did You Know that dolphins' cone-shaped teeth catch and hold prey like squid, shrimp, octopus and skates?
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Commune with Corduroy Fri. March 26 (10am)-Delight in stories of Corduroy the Bear when the bear himself comes by to make friends. Also hear stories about his adventures, written by Don Freeman. Barnes & Noble, Annapolis Harbour Center: 410/573-1115.
Sssssee Sssssnakessss Fri. March 26-Kids ages 5+ meet a slithering mass of snakes when Lloyd Tydings drops in to teach you more about them so they won't seem so darned sssscary. Chesapeake Children's Museum, Festival at Riva, Annapolis. rsvp: 410/266-0677.
Stalk Owls Fri. March 26 (7-8:30pm)-Kids ages 8+ search for great-horned, screech & barred owls along a guided nature hike. Bring a parent. Patuxent Research Refuge N. Tract, Rt. 198 btwn. BW Pkwy. & Rt. 32. Free; rsvp: 410/674-3304.
Bugs for Breakfast Sat. March 27 (9-11am)-That's Bugs as in Bunny. Spring has sprung, now celebrate it with games, stories, crafts, food & a visit from the Easter Bunny -- not Bugs Bunny, but a distant relative. YWCA, 1517 Ritchie Hwy., Arnold. $6/kid, $4/adult; rsvp: 410/626-7800.
Marsh Eggs Sat. March 27-Kids ages 6-9 search out frog & salamander eggs to learn how to tell the squishy wetland pearls apart. Flag Ponds Nature Park. $3 w/member discount; rsvp: 410/535-5327.
Chomp Franks with a Carnivorous Hare Sat. March 27 (11-1)-Make friends with the Easter Bunny before he hides eggs in a special lunch. Scarf hot dogs with all the trimmings. Mt. Hope Community Center, Sunderland. $5; rsvp: 410/257-6770.
Scout About for Eggs Sat. March 27 (1pm)-Easter isn't here yet, but eggs are. Kids ages 2-10 hunt in pursuit of 1st- & 2nd-place prizes in age groups 2-3, 4-6 and 7-10. Benefits Hospice of the Chesapeake's Camp Nabe. Anne Arundel Comm. College, Arnold. $1: 410/315-7585.
Peter Pan and Wendy Sat. March 27 (2:00 & 3:30pm)-Take a trip to Never-Never Land with Annapolis Symphony Orchestra in the family concert Peter Pan and Wendy. The narrated, musical story gets an extra touch from The Bob Brown Puppets. Also meet musicians & their instruments before the 1st show & after the 2nd show (1:15 and 4:30pm). Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Annapolis. $6 kids, $10 adults; rsvp for a few remaining tickets: 410-263-0907.
Easter Eggs for Breakfast March 27 & April 3 (9am)-Do breakfast with Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny & the cast of Talent Machine Company at the Very Important Bunny Breakfast. The party gets lively when bunnies mingle. Buddy's Crabs & Ribs, 100 Main St., Annapolis. $9.95: 410/956-0512.
Preschoolers Storytime Tues. March 30 (10:30am)-Preschool kids find something to do with their mornings in Borders' Preschoolers Storytime. Carol Spaulding tells hippity hoppity bunny stories in time for Easter. Borders, Bowie: 301/352-5560.
Kids Keep Cadence with Unity Walkers Tues. March 30 (1:15pm)-Kids keep pace with the Unity Walk when it cuts thru Annapolis. Be 1 of 100 kids to join the walkers for a few city blocks, starting from St. John's, striding past the Thurgood Marshall statue and heading outbound on West St. Free; rsvp: 410/266-0677.
Flip over Flumpa Wed. March 31 (9:30 & 10:30am)-Delight in a special performance by Flumpa, the adventuresome tree frog. Flumpa's show blends fun, original music and storytelling with science in an exploration of the world of frogs and rain forests. Be ready to get involved by frog hopping and cheering on your favorite character. Annapolis Mall. Free: 410/266-5432.
Easter Sundaes Thurs. April 1 (6:30-8:30pm)-Kids ages 3-10 dip into old-fashioned ice cream sundaes while enjoying Pat's Magic Show in the company of the Easter Bunny himself. Northeast Community Center, Chesapeake Beach. $5; rsvp: 410/257-2554.
Pen Papers for Peace & Profit Submit by April 15-Maryland kids in grades 7 & 8 can compete to win prizes of $300, $200 or $100 dollars in the 3rd annual essay contest co-sponsored by Anne Arundel Peace Action and Maryland Peace Education Fund. To enter, write up to 1,200 words on this topic: "All public high school students in Maryland are required to complete community service hours to graduate. What are ways in which students can fulfill this requirement by working for peace, justice and tolerance in their community?" Call for more info: 410/263-7409.
Experience the Poland of Old April 18 & May 2 (1-4pm)-Check out a huge display of Polish art and artifacts in Walters Art Gallery's new exhibit, Land of the Winged Horsemen: Art in Poland, 1572-1764. Kids get to explore heraldry and tapestry design in special activities on the Renaissance Court. More fun is listed in Good Bay Times. WAG, 600 North Charles St., Baltimore. $4 ages 6-17; $10 adults; kids under age 6 free; group discounts: 410/547-9000.
ANSWER TO HIDDEN WORD SEARCH: There are 12 words hidden. They are conductor; viola; clarinet; snare drum; Bach; Mozart; timpanist; cello; flute; bass; melody; trumpet
ANSWERS TO MUSIC MATCHING:1. Viola; 2. Cello; 3. Violin;
4. Bass; 5. Clarinet; 6. Flute; 7. Oboe; 8. Bassoon; 9. Trumpet; 10. Trombone;
11. French Horn; 12. Tuba; 13. Timpani; 14. Cymbals; 15. Snare Drum; 16.
Bass Drum; 17. Triangle
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Volume VII Number 12
March 25-31, 1999
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