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Lunch Money concert, family sampler event planned for Carrboro ArtsCenter

The ArtsCenter in Carrboro will feature a drop-in Family Sampler Event followed by a performance from the indie kids' band Lunch Money on Dec. 4.

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Sarah Lindenfeld Hall

The ArtsCenter in Carrboro is planning a big morning for families on Dec. 4.

They'll be showcasing their classes and programs during a free drop-in Family Sampler Event from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Dec. 4. The event gives you the opportunity to figure out what kind of classes or programs might be a good fit for your kids. Instructors will lead hands-on activities for a variety of art forms, including ceramics, creative movement, theater games and musical expression. Geared toward toddlers to upper elementary school students. A brunch bake sale will offer snacks. And there will be some discounts on upcoming classes.
Then indie kids' band Lunch Money will follow at 11 a.m. with a CD release party for its latest. Last year, the S.C.-based band's CD Dizzy was named the No. 2 recording of the year by NPR. The new CD is called "Original Friend" and I previewed it a bit in the spring when the band was in Raleigh for the Cool Kidz Expo. It's a great show. And the music is fun for both kids and parents. Tickets are $9 in advance and $10 at the door for adults and $7 in advance and $8 at the door for kids. Children ages two and under are free.
Click here to read my earlier post on Lunch Money. And watch the video to hear them perform "Original Friend" during last spring's Cool Kidz Expo.

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