Realize Your Dream with Kids From Wisconsin invites families to join our RYD @ Home Dream Team!

Every Friday the 2020 performers, who are staying safe@home just like you, are reaching out with short fun inspirational videos. Let's share our summer and get through this time together.

Comment, or share a photo on our Facebook page of what inspires you during this time.

Get in on the fun and submit how you are RYD @ HOME: More here

HAVE YOUR ARTWORK TURNED INTO OUR 2021 POSTCARD AND WIN A COOL T-SHIRT!

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Students are mentored by the KIDS talented and experienced performers.

"Such a great workshop! My kids LOVED it!!! They loved meeting the Kids - my boys were so proud of the music they wrote and my daughter loved learning the dance routine. What made it more special was seeing the performance and recognizing the Kids they worked with and the Kids recognizing them!"

- Parent of a workshop participant

What happens at a workshop?

Members of Kids From Wisconsin lead an

hour-long session of growing FUNdamental skills in all aspects of the performing arts. This includes dance, music composition, tech station visits and a special talkback reflection on what sparks us to follow our hearts.

Who is invited?

The Workshop program is designed for ages 7-14.

JAM Sessions are for instrumentalists in Junior High or High School.

Parents are welcome to stay or observe.

What time

should we

arrive?

Best to arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled time to check in and be greeted by the KIDS!

Can I bring my instrument and play with the band? 

ANY JR. HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL INSTRUMENTALIST SHOULD BRING THEIR INSTRUMENT FOR THE JAM SESSION

The Kids From Wisconsin organization does not discriminate on the basis of race, ancestry, color, age, familial status, handicap, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, lawful sources of income, national origin, or any other discriminatory practice prohibited by state or federal law.

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