Bindlestick Bill brings songs, stories to Beacon April 18
Saturday, April 18, at 11 a.m., “Bindlestick Bill” (also known as Bill Fiore) returns to the Howland Cultural Center for his annual Earth Day program for children and their families. Bindlestick Bill, the traveling troubadour, will bring his knowledgeable history of the Hudson River and the Hudson Valley in songs and stories to celebrate Earth Day. He will present a program of sing-alongs, storytelling, juggling, magic and a talking sock-monkey.
Fiore has traveled throughout the Hudson Valley region for many years sharing his music, songs and stories with children and their families, especially spreading the message about the beauty of the earth and one’s responsibility in taking care of it.
All children are admitted free but must be accompanied by an adult with a ticket. An adult may bring as many children as she/he wishes. Tickets are $8 at the door.
The Howland Cultural Center is located at 477 Main St. in Beacon. For further information and/or directions, call 845-831-4988.
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