Please join us for a musical story hour of the classic orchestral work, The Little Engine That Could, featuring Professor Carlos Elias and the Cedarville Orchestra.
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What: A musical story hour of The Little Engine That Could, featuring Professor Carlos Elias and the Cedarville Orchestra.
Who: Open to alumni and community families of all ages
Two performance times
- Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 1 p.m.
- Monday, October 3, 2016 at 12 p.m.
Where: Cedarville University Dixon Ministry Center, Recital Hall
Cost: This is a free event sponsored by the Department of Music and Worship, Alumni Relations, School of Education, and Theatre Dept. The first 50 registered families or classes registered for each performance will receive a complimentary illustrated hardbound copy of the book, The Little Engine That Could (limit one book per household or classroom).
The Bach's Literacy events meet the Ohio State Music Standards in Critical and Creative Thinking, and in Literacy by means of the cognitive and creative learning processes of perceiving, knowing, responding, and reflecting. The performances are appropriate for all levels, K-12. For more specific information regarding the content of our programs, please contact us.
The Bach Literary Series is made possible by sponsorships from people like you. Your donation will allow us to host similar events in the future. There are two ways for you to donate:
You can donate online through our online donation form.
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If you prefer to make a gift by check, please make it out to Cedarville University with Bach's Literacy Series in the memo line. Mail your gift to the following:
251 N. Main St.
Cedarville, OH 45314