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Join in the music and dance at PBS39!
Kids Jam 2022 is here!  A concert series that will encourage your little ones to
dance, clap, and sing along to great music. 
We invite you and your families to join Kira Willey and PBS39 for these
 fun outdoor concert viewing events. 
You will have the opportunity to Sing-a-long and dance to all shows on the Jumbotron
outside the Univest Public Media Center!
PBS39 Kids Jam features music from your favorite artists beginning December 4, 2022 !

If you plan on bringing a group of 15 or more kids - please reach out to our

Event Manager Lucia Gajda atluciag@wlvt.org

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4: FYÜTCH @ 3:00 P.M.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 5: LUCY KALANTARI @ 3:00 P.M.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8: LOLLY HOPWOOD @ 10:30 A.M.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8: BRADY RYMER @ 3:00 P.M.

Check back often for additional artists.

FYÜTCH: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4th @ 3:00 p.m.  

Fyütch leads music, poetry, and performance workshops/assemblies for students of all ages, and corporations like Adidas, Verizon, and Warby Parker. He uses Hip-Hop, spoken word, and visual storytelling to promote racial equity and liberation. 

Fyütch is a multi-discipline artist and educator with a vast creative resume spanning several decades. Born Harold Simmons II in Gary, IN, he began public speaking at age 7, winning the city-wide speech contest and speaking at the US Capitol.

LUCY KALANTARI: MONDAY, DECEMBER 5 @ 3:00 p.m.

Lucy Kalantari is a 2x GRAMMY® Award winning artist, composer and producer passionate about creating children’s media that brings joy, inspires community and highlights the power of resilience. She's the frontwoman and bandleader for Lucy Kalantari & the Jazz Cats, making bilingual, jazz age-inspired music for families.

Born to Latin American parents (Dominican & Puerto Rican), she writes swingin’ tunes both in English and in Spanish. Kalantari’s songs have been featured on Universal Kids and can often be found topping the charts on SiriusXM Kids Place Live and on rotation on NBCUniversal's Snug's House, as well as other family programs around the country.

LOLLY HOPWOOD: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8 @ 10:30 A.M.

LOLLY HOPWOOD: Based in Bucks County, PA, Lolly has been performing music for children since 2000. She started off with musical story times at local bookshops, schools & record shops. In 2011 Lolly & her friend, Yvonne, started 'Lolly & YoYo', a group that combines interactive original music with play-based kids fitness. 

Lolly's latest album, Nice Things, is a return to the gentler story based themes of the children's albums, books & films she loved as a kid. 

BRADY RYMER: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8 @ 3;00 P.M.

BRADY RYMER: His most recent album, Under the Big Umbrella, was inspired by and written with students & teachers. It’s a collection of songs full of hope for a future with room for everyone. Brady and the Little Band That Could invite us to join them in a place where individuality is celebrated, and kindness wins the day.

Together with his longtime bandmates in the Little Band That Could -- outstanding players all, with backgrounds from Americana to Zydeco -- he performs rockin' live music for kids and families across the country at Performing Arts Centers, concert halls, clubs, outdoor festivals, schools and libraries.  

A special thank you to our supporters: 

Arcadia Foundation

Northampton County Hotel Tax Program

St. Luke's Pediatrics

Sylvia Perkin Perpetual Charitable Trust