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Kid-a-palooza May 29, 2008

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From Cynopsis Kids:

Buena Vista Concerts and AEG Live unveil plans for the Disney Music Block Party Tour (www.disneymusicblockpartytour.com), a kid/family-targeted festival style live concert series featuring a range of artists.  Sponsored by Playskool and NAMM, the afternoon concert events will also feature variety of on-site activities, including: trying out new toys at Playskool’s Play Experience area; make their own music at NAMM’s Wanna Play? Musical instrument area; games; dance floors; and a tent where kids can watch Playhouse Disney.  The 23-date national concert tour kicks off Friday, July 25 in New Jersey. Participating artists on select dates will include They Might Be Giants, Imagination Movers, Barenaked Ladies, Dan Zanes, Ralph’s World, and Choo Choo Soul, and special guest host Raven-Symone.

Something Disney concert Playskool… blah blah blah… huh-whuh?! Dan Zanes? Barenaked Ladies? They Might Be Giants?! Dude, we’re goin’!

We’ll keep an eye on this – if it comes to our area we’ll want to showcase CDs by the artists on the tour.

Another idea for J music November 18, 2006

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EPFL J CAS

It’s hard to imagine neater or more browsable storage for J cassettes. Lucite carousels like these are also available for CDs.

J CDs at Pikesville September 12, 2006

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J CDs at Pikesville

Originally uploaded by hypatia atoz.

Pikesville uses flip-file drawer inserts to create shelf-top storage for kids’ CD’s.
The CD’s are very visible and browsing is easy.

J CDs at Hereford September 12, 2006

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J CDs

Originally uploaded by hypatia atoz.

We’ve seen all sorts of creative ideas for shelving kids music
Here’s one of the best, from Hereford
CD’s stack neatly and there’s room for one face-out at the top of each stack