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----- SC/NC - Black Violin with Drums
By Dianna

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The Greenville, SC, Peace Center’s youth performance series presents “Black Violin with Drums” on April 16. Two classically trained musicians, Kev Marcus and Wil B, have created the ultimate synergy between classical and contemporary music and with it an incredible opportunity to reach children. They demonstrate through classical, hip hop, jazz and funk music that there are no limits to what the violin can do. This show will be performed twice at 9:50 am and 12:00 pm in the Concert Hall, and is best suited for grades 4 and up. The content connects to Music, Performing Arts, and Multi-Cultural Studies curriculum components. For more information call 864.679.9207 or visit their website.


----- SC/NC Anti-Bullying Day at the Ballpark
By cltknights

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Join the Charlotte Knights and The Foundation for Respect Ability on Tuesday, April 16 for an Anti-Bullying program that will focus on educating kids, teachers, and parents on the importance of living a bully-free life. Featuring interactive concourse displays, a pre-game educational performance and in-game trivia/PSA's, participating schools and organizations will receive a full day of education and entertainment. Tickets are as low as $5 for groups of 15 or more and a $5 lunch meal is available for pre-purchase as well.

To schedule a group event for Education Days, or for more information, please contact the Charlotte Knights at 704-357-8071, ext. 2106 or hospitality@charlotteknights.com.

About the The Foundation for Respect Ability:
The Foundation for Respect Ability is a nonprofit organization that seeks to convert "bystanders" into "upstanders" and to empower people to address bullying in all its forms. Their goal is to facilitate opportunities for communication and to develop programs and strategies for helping parents, students, and educators as they deal with these issues. The work is delivered through music and activities using Operation Respect's Don't Laugh at Me international curriculum. The Foundation offers community workshops for children and parents, in school programs and professional development workshops for staff and teachers. www.xbullying.org


----- SC/NC - Herman Melville, a Whale of a Tale
By Dianna

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Chautauqua’s Artistic Director George Frein leads us inside the mind of the whale ship deckhand whose voyages became world classics and who created the great democratic legend Moby Dick. Join the discussion at the Greenville Chautauqua from 7:00-8:30 pm on April 16. For more information, call 864.244.1499 or visit http://greenvillechautauqua.org/.


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