Surprise & Wonder in Oregon

Nancy presented Surprise & Wonder informances at three Oregon schools in May 2011.  Included on her tour were The Lighthouse School in North Bend, The Highland Elementary School in Reedsport and Myrtle Crest Elementary in Myrtle Crest.  She presented a wonderful array of instruments and sounds in small settings to over 300 students in two days.  In addition she gave a community presentation at the Reedsport library.  She is very grateful to her sponsors Joe Coyne and Sally Huntley for providing this opportunity.   

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