2020 Virtual Programming
Wednesdays, 10-11AM

Join us for an exciting summer season of free, online eclectic and educational programming designed for children ages four and up. A wide variety of local performers, artists, and organizations will provide entertainment, fun, and learning.

Register in advance for this Zoom webinar series:

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After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information (link and password) about joining the webinar series. You only need to register once for the whole series.

Check out the Kids in the Rotunda Facebook page for suggested activities related to each show!


Check Out Past Performances in this Series

July 1
DANCE, FIGHT, SING: THE ART OF CAPOEIRA
PRESENTED BY RAIZES DO BRASIL CAPOEIRA MADISON

Capoeira is a Brazilian art form that fuses self-defense, dance, music and acrobatics. In this demo we will show you the basic moves, some high flying kicks, teach you a song in Portuguese and even a little bit of history.

Organization’s website: capoeiramadison.com

Kids in the Rotunda Work Sheet


July 22
WISCONSIN DELLS SINGERS AND DANCE TROOP – HO-CHUNK NATION

Learn about and celebrate Native American culture with traditional Ho-Chunk Nation songs and dances passed down from generation to generation. See and learn about the rich history of the Ho-Chunk as they share a piece of their culture and heritage through music and ceremonial dress.


July 29
THE PHYSICS EXPERIENCE

Physics is the study of how things move, interact, and exchange energy. The Physics Experience (TPX) show is a fast-paced, engaging educational program, filled with demonstrations that help people understand the world around them, while having fun! TPX is based on The Wonders of Physics (TWoP) program from UW-Madison. Since 1984, TWoP has educated and entertained thousands of schoolchildren, families, and the general public.
Mike Randall is the President of TPX, and former TWoP Senior Outreach Administrator. He has over ten years’ experience in aerospace, military and industrial research; and over twenty years in formal and informal STEM education.

Organization’s website: thephysicsexperience.com

 


Lakeside Kids is supported by Dane County Arts with additional funds from the Endres Mfg Company Foundation, The Evjue Foundation, Inc., charitable arm of The Capital Times, the W. Jerome Frautschi Foundation, and the Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation.


  • little girls singing and dancing next to a body of water
  • group of people dancing in front of a building
  • educational program designed for children ages four and up
  • group of people dancing in white costumes
  • group of kids playing games
  • indoor kids program Lakeside Kids
  • group of young children standing next to a child