During this year’s Sacred Music: Unity Music Festival, the Pole barn will be a space dedicated to kids!
Parents can either sign their children in, leaving them to play for a while, or parents are welcome to come with their children and have fun in the quiet play space and art area.
Some of the children’s activities will take place in the pole barn, and there are also events on the main stage that are designed especially for kids.
We will be providing activities and a play space, but parents will need to provide all snacks and drinks.
Children under the age of four must be accompanied by a parent.
The following are items that parents should bring for their children:
● Personal water bottle or travel mug labeled with name
● Sunscreen and sunhat if desired
● Any toys kids want to play with
Kids’ Activity Schedule (subject to change)
9:15 am Kids’ Activity Center Opens (Red Pole Barn).
9:30-10:30 am Edible Plant Walk and Farm Tour. Please join Dave as he takes both adults and children on a walk around the farm. He will be teaching us about interesting edible and medicinal plants. Please wear closed-toed shoes and meet Dave at the registration table.
10:45-11:30 am Music With Michael Performance on the Main Stage
12:00-1:00 pm Billy Jonas Performance on the Main Stage
2:15-3:00 pm Music Creations with Eddy Rubin, Farm of Peace Schoolteacher, Songwriter and Musician (Activity Center)
Origami with Hiroko Kumagai Rubin, Farm of Peace Japanese and Craft Teacher (Activity Center)
3:15- 3:30 pm Karate Demonstration (Activity Center)
4:00-5:00 pm Music with Michael Kids’ Songwriting Workshop (Activity Center)
5:00-5:45 pm **closed for dinner – please pick up your children promptly to give our staff time to eat.
5:45-6:00 pm Karate Demonstration (Activity Center)
6:00 – 9:00 pm Arts/Crafts/Stories/Games (Activity Center)
*parents choose a lunch break best suited to your child’s needs. Healthy vendor food available for purchase.
Eddy & Hiroko
Eddy Rubin is the teacher at the September School at The Farm of Peace. He has worked in the field of environmental education for many years and is also a songwriter/musician.
Hiroko Kumagai Rubin teaches Japanese and crafts at the September School. A native of Japan, Hiroko loves sharing her culture with children of all ages.