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July 21, 2022 at 6:31 a.m.
Slightly skeptical of all the action, Rye Brook 2-year-old Teddy Brous needs a few minutes to get warmed up, so he starts the show from the comfort of his mother Jennifer’s lap.
When Kurt Gallagher musically challenges the children to jump as a high as they can, Rock Ridge Drive 4-year-old Nina Mundo eagerly shows off her airborne skills.
One maraca is never enough. Port Chester 1-year-old Ray Harris grasps onto five of the colorful shakers as he vibes to the music with his father Scott.
With sponsorship from the Klein Foundation, children’s musician Kurt Gallagher visits the Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library to put on a cute, hands-on performance for families.
Rafael Yanez, a 4-year-old Port Chester resident, has a casual chat with Kurt Gallagher about watermelon’s superiority over pizza before they sing the ABCs together for the crowd at the event sponsored by the Klein Foundation
Once the bubbles come out, the children can’t resist jumping out of their seats to pop as many as they can.
Enthralled by sheer fabric being held up by her mother Karen Quituizaca, Alana Vasquez, 1, sees the world in purple for a few jaw dropping moments. The Glen Avenue residents are using props involved in an interactive children’s performance by Kurt Gallagher at the Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library on Tuesday, July 19.