Songs, Stories and Puppets

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Fridays at 10:00 – 10:30 am

A variety show for the under 5 crowd, “Songs, Stories & Puppets” is the trifecta that could help form your baby’s first sentence: “Is it Friday?”

Join us every Friday for “Songs, Stories and Puppets” — 30 minutes of storytelling, dancing, singing and entertainment for your child. Stay around afterwards for some time to socialize with other parents and kids!

David Greenfieldboyce is a puppeteer, former teacher, stay-at-home dad for his 18-month-old son, and a Mount Pleasant resident. He’s also the same dynamo who organizes the Mount Pleasant Children’s Puppet Hour.

Suggested donation: $5 per child.

Volunteers needed. Please email info (at) bloombars (dot) com for more information!

Family Yoga Class

Every Sunday at 11:00 am
This family class will explore the practice of yoga through music, dance, relaxation and play. Families will have the chance to connect in a meaningful and fun way, while also giving each family member the chance to breathe, stretch and relax. This community-based class will inspire connection and awareness in a nurturing and playful environment. Make the time to share mindful and heart-opening practices with your family, no matter the age or experience level. Come breathe, move and play with us every Sunday!

Rhiannon Landesberg is a child, family and adult yoga instructor with a deep passion for sharing the benefits of yoga and mindfulness practices in schools and community settings, as well as with families and caregivers. For three years she has worked as a full-time teacher in public, charter and private schools, as well as with multiple non-profit community organizations and yoga studios across the District of Columbia to offer yoga classes that inspire connection, creativity and play. Rhiannon is excited to share her unique style of yoga with the BloomBars family.

Best Arts and Culture Non-Profit 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 AND 2016

In case you missed the news, we won… AGAIN!

What did we win? The Washington City Paper’s “Best Of DC 2016” Reader’s Poll for “Best Arts and Culture Nonprofit!” of course! Again, we were super psyched to receive the honor, and humbled by all the congrats and amens that followed.

It is great to receive recognition for the magical growth we’ve been incubating, but our focus is on serving YOU and your potential – and having lots of fun doing it!

You Bloom. We Bloom.



Thanks for voting us best Arts and Culture Non-Profit in DC!