|Musical History Tour of New Jersey|
Solid Brass presents an introduction to the history and famous people of New Jersey in a delightfully new and refreshing way - an adventure into the broad scope of the brass quartet’s repertoire of lively marches, jazz, rock, movie themes, and patriotic tunes.
The musicians illustrate the state’s early history from the Lenni Lenape and the American Revolution to current-day sports and science.
A review of the trumpet, trombone, tuba and horn will include a description of sound production. Various percussion instruments will be presented for the richness in color they provide musically.
Historic perspectives of the composers and society are incorporated into the performance to enhance student understanding. Students are kept involved through an interesting PowerPoint production and interactive presentation.
Modern day marine life, along with Giant Fossil Prehistoric Sea Life Creatures, Menacing Mosasaurs, Amazing Ammonites, Prehistoric Alligators, Giant Fish, Fascinating Trilobites, Deadly Sharks, and much more.
Oceans Rock assembly covers over a "Billion Years" of Geologic Time and features an amazing interactive multi-media presentation, along with genuine specimens of prehistoric and modern sea life creatures.
Students learn how oceans were formed and about coral reefs and sea-life habitats. This program includes a display of museum-quality fossils and an unbelievable "dig" for many types of fossil shark teeth, fossil clams and marine life as well as modern day shells.
|One Giant Leap For Mankind|
Space History and Technology
Joe Lennox brings his knowledge, enthusiasm, detailed models and authentic spacecraft hardware to your classroom so students gain a better understanding of the importance of space exploration.
Joe, who has worked with NASA astronauts and teacher specialists, is creator and curator of an extensive space history museum that will one day belong to the Astronaut Hall of Fame at Kennedy Space Center.
Using some of his collection, along with a PowerPoint presentation, he explains in simple language such concepts as micro gravity, jet propulsion, how space stations orbit and more.
Students learn space science, history and technology as Joe discusses what has been accomplished in space exploration and what the future in space holds.
Grades K-12; College & Adult • Great Family & Community Programs Also Available