Come out for a fun and entertaining afternoon on Sunday, May 3rd from 1-3 pm at the Hammond Marina banquet room on the 2nd floor. Expect to be dazzled by the local talents on display and experience the arts provided by the creative students from Books, Brushes, and Bands for Education non-profit organization. The Hammond Clipper room has a beautiful view overlooking Lake Michigan.
BBB for Education invites public, private, parochial and home school students to participate in our tuition-based programs. Families have a vested interest in participation. Students perform in many public concerts throughout the year.
Venues include: Purdue University Calumet, Symphony Center in Chicago, U. S. District Courthouse in Downtown Hammond, Hammond Public Library, and the Jean Shepherd Community Center.
This community music programs require interested students who enjoy challenging experiences. Students are asked to practice 30 minutes/day at home so that they are prepared for weekly rehearsals. There is no residency restriction to participate.
Students interested in band may enroll in grades 4 through high school. Beginners and those with experience are welcome to join. Students interested in choir may enroll in grades 3 through high school. Vocal students learn a variety of music some of which is spoken in different languages. A variety of free concerts are performed throughout the year so that the community can enjoy and appreciate the hard work of the students. Visit their website at bbb4e.org.
For tickets or to make a donation, contact BBB4e at 219-932-3232 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.