Many Hats

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Shalom! When it comes to hats I have lots of them. In fact, it used to be said about me that I have a "hat face". The truth is that I really do wear a lot of hats; Therapeutic Music Practitioner, American-Israeli folksinger, singer-songwriter, teacher, mother, friend, therapeutic musician, healing artist, cantorial soloist, Jew... hmmmm.... they call me "the spiritual one"... daughter, step-daughter, fanatic (of all sorts), straight-shooter... In a nutshell.... I'm a person.

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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Acappella Alpaca Farm

Why not spend a day with these lovely loving Alpacas of the Acappella Alpaca Farm in Hollis, NH? I shared a tent with a lovely artist; Marcia C. Vanolinda (marcianmark@hotmai.com). Here is a sampling of her beautiful work: More photos here.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Wild Salamander Creative Arts Center

FUN FUN FUN! Today was open house day at this awesome new creative arts center in Hollis, NH. I am teaching Listen Like Learn and Your Baby Needs Music classes to babies and young children as well as "MugaLive!" (yoga/music) classes. There are art classes galore, workshops, fun nights out for adults, teens, tweens.... the list is extensive. So go to the Wild Salamander website for FUN FUN FUN!

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Carolee Clarke, Artist Extraordinaire!

Carolee Clarke is a friend and a wonderful artist. I had the pleasure of attending a reception in her honor at the Amherst Town Library where her works are being exhibited - artist of the month!

Hollis Old Home Day

WOW! I had no idea how much fun the "Old Home Day" event is. I was booked as "Vintage Gold Muse", my folksinger persona, and was also helping to promote the "Wild Salamander Creative Arts Center" where I am offering music classes for babies and young children and "MugaLive" baby/music/yoga classes with Sue Hurwitz. Bob Baker, joined me with his ukulele under the BBQ tent, and so did the kids!

Friday, September 14, 2012

Currier Museum of Art

Here's a glimpse into the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH. my favorites are the first photo of the beautiful woman looking in the mirror, and the beautiful blue vase.