A great bluegrass band called Bearfoot played a tour stop in Gillette last weekend and before their show they stopped by an elementary school to play some music and teach the kids about bluegrass music. The second image is what I was doing instead of going to see the show (as well as some basketball shots that aren’t really worth posting).
Although she sings and plays guitar in the bluegrass band Bearfoot, Nora Jane Struthers demonstrates that you don't need fancy instruments and can make music with your feet as she 'flat-foot' dances for students at Lakeview Elementary on Wednesday. Bearfoot will play at 7 p.m. Thursday at Cam-plex Heritage Center. In advance of that show, the band spent the day playing music for students and teaching them about the art and history of bluegrass.
Jace Novotny, 7, left and Tyson Stephens, 6, clap their hands and bark like dogs while waiting to go on stage for Prairie Wind Elementary's concert 'Arf' The performance was billed as 'a canine musical of kindness, courage and calamity.' First and second-graders dressed up like puppies to sing songs such as 'This is Our Night to Howl' and 'What Does it Mean to Be a Dog' at the Campbell County High School Auditorium Thursday night.