Pedals, Pipes, and Pizza Information

The Dayton Chapter of the American Guild of Organists is again presenting Pedals, Pipes, and Pizza.  It will be held Saturday, Feb.7th, 10 a.m. to noon at South Park United Methodist Church, 140 Stonemill Rd. in Dayton (corner of Brown St. and Stonemill, near UD).

 Pedals, Pipes, and Pizza is for students in grades 1 – 12 with piano skills.  This is a fun educational program about the organ.

 I will play varied music styles on the organ with the console turned so everyone can watch my hands and feet.  We will walk through the pipe chamber, and students may bring a short piano piece to play on the organ if they want.

 Pictures from a previous PP&P program can be seen at: http://agodayton.org/index.php?news&nid=71

 The cost is $5 and includes pizza.  Family and teachers are welcome to watch. Contact me at 937-296-1430 or Pjacuff711@sbcglobal.net  for more information or to register by Tuesday, Feb. 3rd.   The attached flyer explains the event.

 Thank you,
Priscilla Acuff

Dayton AGO Pedals, Pipes, and Pizza Coordinator

This opportunity is not a sponsored activity of DCSS.  It has been offered in the community and may be something your family will enjoy.  If you have questions, please contact the homeschool office, and we will connect you to the individual who can assist you.

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