Families can enjoy a morning of Western-themed fun on Saturday, April 8, when the Center for the Performing Arts teams with Carmel Clay Public Library and the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art for a special event.
Kids will love cowboy
The main attraction is Cowboy Randy Ervin, who has delighted audiences across the country with interactive performances that include cowboy songs and yodeling, tales from the trail and amazing rope tricks. Ervin also has appeared in commercials and films, including a cameo as the yodeling voice of bad guy Alameda Slim in Disney’s Home on the Range. Kids can hear and participate in music that has made the cowboy such a special part of American history.
Saturday morning fun
The activities begin at 10:30 a.m. April 8 in the Studio Theater, 3 Center Green, Carmel. The event is part of the Center’s monthly Peanut Butter & Jam series, sponsored by law firm Keller Macaluso, for children ages 1 to 7.
In the theater lobby, Carmel Clay Public Library will have Western- and cowboy-themed books for kids to enjoy. After the performance, at 11:15 a.m., staff from the Eiteljorg Museum will offer a range of themed activities for young cowboys and cowgirls, including games, leather stamping, Western wear to try on and an opportunity to design their own brands.
Tickets and information
Admission to the April 8th event is $10 per child, which includes two free adult admissions. Tickets and more information are available through the Box Office at (317) 843-3800.