Events

Making Music is a musical journey with ukuleles!  This class, instructed by Christian Apuzzo from Jalopy Theatre and School of Music, meets on Mondays from 3:30 pm -5 pm. Students will learn basic chords and sing to a folk focused repertoire that includes traditional children’s song and simple popular tunes. Opportunities for lyric and songwriting will take place during the session and basic music theory will be taught.

Classes will be held on February 24  March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30  April 6, 20.

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25% sibling discounts available! Financial aid is now available, contact Lynette at lynette@jalopytheatre.org

A watercolor illustration of a green hammer

A construction site comes to life with interactive materials and machines used to construct a surprising project.  This one-of-a-kind performance features digging, lifting, rolling, stacking, measuring, and bulldozing…all the things that 2-5 year olds love best!

The first performance of the day starts at 10 am followed by a second performance at 11:30 am.

Tickets are available here.

A watercolor illustration of a green hammer

A construction site comes to life with interactive materials and machines used to construct a surprising project.  This one-of-a-kind performance features digging, lifting, rolling, stacking, measuring, and bulldozing…all the things that 2-5 year olds love best!

The first performance of the day starts at 10 am followed by a second performance at 11:30 am.

Tickets are available here.

A woman kneels while playing violin for onlooking children

Arias, sing-alongs, piano, and more will showcase the wide range of soprano, Jessica Fishenfeld, accompanied by piano and cello. The program will feature music and magic!

Mozart for Munchkins creates an interactive and engaging atmosphere in which families can experience and enjoy music! Children of all ages are welcome to roll, crawl, squeal, and dance to their hearts’ content, while parents, grandparents, and caregivers can sit back and unwind.

Everyone 12 and under enters free!

Get your tickets here.

Help raise funds for child asylum seekers to be able to attend school!

The Sidewalk School for Child Asylum Seekers was founded in response to the Tent City in Matamoros at the border zone between the US and Mexico. The Sidewalk School for Child Asylum Seekers works to lessen the disparity between children who have and children that do not have a state.

The Sidewalk School is currently serving between 75-120 students daily, five days a week. Adult asylum seekers are employed as teachers. All students receive a meal every day they attend, including fresh fruit, which many children did not have access to in the Tent City.

We are raising money to help The Sidewalk School continue to operate, pay its teachers, and provide materials and meals to its students. FREE ADMISSION with a donation to The Sidewalk School. Show us a screenshot of your donation or we will be able to help you donate at the event!

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Suggested donation levels:
$300 provides fresh fruit for a week for the students. Access to fresh fruit is limited in the Tent City
$175 helps fund a teacher, also an asylum seeker, for the week
$75 helps pay the administrator to keep the school running
$25 funds an interpreter to work with lawyers for the aslyum seekers

Come eat, drink, and listen to JJ’s Funky Groove while we raise money for The Sidewalk School!

¡Chau Luna! will be selling Spanish language books to donate to the school and to add to your own library!