Clap and snap along with Bobs & Lolo

Dynamic duo performers include a strong environmental message

Bobs & Lolo will bring their perky brand of educational performance to the Parksville Community and Conference Centre on Saturday.

The female singing duo Bobs and Lolo, will be lighting up the Parksville Community Centre Saturday with their perky, fun songs for all ages.

The pair, who are known for earth-friendly songs, such as Recycle With Me and I Love Bugs, have popular videos on Treehouse TV and when the interactive performers come to town, they are certain to inspire singing and clapping from children and adults alike.

Their show not only entertains, but teaches children to care about themselves, their neighbors and the planet.

Robyn Hardy, who performs as Bobs has a background in teaching and linguistics.  On stage she loves to sing, dance, clap, snap and tap and share her passion for conservation education.

Lorraine Pond, who performs as LoLo, is also an educator as well as an energetic performer, with a flare for creating connections between young audiences and the natural world. On stage she loves to sing, dance, wiggle, slide and glide.

Growing up on Vancouver Island, the two have always shared a love of the natural world and a passion for working with children.

Creating the dynamic duo Bobs & LoLo has allowed them to combine their diverse academic backgrounds with a mutual love of teaching and the creative arts.

Tickets for the show are $12 in advance at the Sunrise Preschool or at the door. Children under age one are free. There will be a concession and well as an autograph signing after the show.

 

 

 

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