The Rose Ensemble: The Last Queen of Hawai’i

     

Our last summer program for elementary aged children took place on Tuesday, July 27, 2010 when we enjoyed the exquisite talent of the Internationally renowned Rose Ensemble! Their educational and entertaining program “The Last Queen of Hawai’i” brought to life the incredibly varied music and dance traditions of the islands through beautiful voice, ukulele, gourd drums, and hula.

We owe this exciting trip down the path of Hawaiian culture through centuries of music, movement, and storytelling to funding received from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.  This fund is the result of the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008 which dedicated funds to preserve Minnesota’s arts and cultural heritage.   

 

Click HERE to see all the photos from this event!

Our Tuesday programs each summer are geared to middle to upper elementary youth.  Our Friday programs are geared to preschool to early elementary youth.  Attendance at our programs has been fantastic!!  Thanks for making our Summer Reading Program such a success!

Don’t forget … there is still one more summer storytime on this Friday, July 30th at 9:30am.

Rose Ensemble: The Last Queen of Hawai’i

Our Elementary Program for Tuesday, July 27th will feature the Internationally renowned Rose Ensemble! Their educational and entertaining program “The Last Queen of Hawai’i” brings to life the incredibly varied music and dance traditions of the islands through voice, ukulele, gourd drums, and hula. 

   

Join us for this exciting trip down the path of Hawaiian culture through centuries of music, movement, and storytelling in the library basement at 1:00pm.  All are welcome!

Funding for this program came from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008 which dedicated funding to preserve Minnesota’s arts and cultural heritage.