Live appearances are a great way to inspire groups to build connection! This year we have the capability to work with audiences of all ages within driving range of Portland, Maine. If you’re interested in booking a performance or presentation, contact us!

Performance Options:

  • Ages 10 and up: Musical slideshows on one or more of these topics:
    • Developing powerful service-learning projects
      • Creating and completing powerful health projects
        • Promoting connection at 3 levels
          • Building healthy lifestyles
            • Eating well
              • Physical activity for wellness and fitness
            • Ages 6 and up: music (songs and raps about healthy behaviors)
              • Corporate groups: wellness presentations
                • Health-related events:
                  • One or more songs reinforcing your group’s message or mission
                    • An appearance by a character

                  Select Recent Appearances:

                  • Beacon Kids Day (Portland, ME) (June 2019, 2017)
                    • Portland Greenfest (Portland, ME) (September 2018, 2017)
                      • Liquid Riot (Portland, ME) (May 2018)
                        • MAHPERD (Maine Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance) Conference – including a live performance for attendees of “The World a.k.a. Our Gym” (November 2016)
                          • Loranger Middle School (Old Orchard Beach, ME) summer program (July 2016)
                            • H.B. Emery School (Limington, ME) grades K through 5 (April and July 2016)
                              • Camp Sunshine (Casco, ME) campers and their families (April 2016)
                                • Sugarloaf Mountain (Carrabassett Valley, ME) Winterkids’ 24-hour Downhill fundraiser participants (February 2016)
                                  • Sanford Junior High School (Sanford, ME) 7th and 8th grades (February 2016)
                                    • Lawrence Junior High School (Fairfield, ME) 7th and 8th grades (February 2016)