Looking for a great way to make a little kid happy?
Then come to The Berman Center for the Performing Arts this Sunday, when the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit’s Sarah & Irving Pitt Child Development Center hosts “Jim Gill’s Family Room,” an interactive concert for families, at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, April 15.
Award-winning musician and author Jim Gill presents a concert that’s much more than just a show. It’s an opportunity for family play! Audience members will clap, sing, dance and even sneeze along as Jim strums his banjo and performs a collection of fun and inspiring tunes.
Jim’s latest CD, “Music Play For Folks of All Stripes,” was named a 2012 Notable Children’s Recording by the American Library Association, while Booklist says his songs “not only invite active participation, but also please with their creative wordplay.”
The concert is recommended for families with children 18 months and older, and tickets are $10 when purchased in groups of four or more, or $15 for three or fewer (all seats in the first four rows are $15 each).
The Berman is at 6600 W. Maple Road in West Bloomfield.