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Fall Event: Halloween Opera Workshop with Madame Violetta

We had so much fun with Madame Violetta during her spring opera workshops that we couldn't wait to have her back this fall for a special Halloween event. Her interactive workshops feature live performances of popular selections from musical theater, making opera fun and accessible. No experience is necessary, but any child who enjoys musical theater will particularly love learning interesting history and trivia about operas from around the world. Don't miss your chance to see "the lady in the red dress." Recommended for ages 5 and up. Call or email us to sign up now!

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Coming in June...

Summer Book Club Series Torly Kid’s latest in a string of activities for kids 7+ is a summer book club series. For $25, your lit-loving child gets a novel to read ahead of time and an hour of creative book-related activities and discussions. Cost: $25 per session (book included) Time: 4:30 to 5:30 pm Book selection and schedule Tuesday, June 28:  The Wish Giver: Three Tales of a Coven Tree by Bill Britian Tuesday, July 26:  Sideways Stories from Wayside School by Louis Sachar Tuesday, August 30: The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster To sign up, email torly(at)torlykid.com or call 212-406-7440

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Wizarding Workshop

A sewing workshop! Your 6+ year old will learn the basics of drawing a pattern, sewing and stuffing their favorite characters. Meets once a week for 4 weeks. $100. Exact dates to be determined.

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Like the Opera?

Check out our musical workshops in March Madame Violetta will bring the opera house to Torly Kid as she uses music, props, crafts, and imagination to share the magic of a trip to the opera. This experience will introduce kids ages 5 + to different composers, characters, genres, and themes in a casual and comfortable environment. More information available at facebook.com/torlykid Week One (March 5) Journey Around the World Imagination is the key as we take our journey around the world, visiting different cities and learn about the operas that take place there. Kids will meet many characters and listen to several songs. The audience will get to play with some props and make their own productions. Week Two (March 12)...

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