This online event, full of Halloween-themed singing & dancing for ages 0-6, will also simulate door-to-door trick-or-treating.
LOS ANGELES, CA, September 30, 2020 /Neptune100/ — LoveBug & Me Music, is known for their interactive, family music classes for children ages 0-6 years. On Friday, October 30th at 4:30PM (PDT), LoveBug will be hosting a virtual Halloween Sing-A-Long and Trick-or-Treat event led by their Magical Music Educator, Miss Alana, of “The Alana Banana Show” along with special guests. The online event, full of Halloween-themed singing & dancing, will also simulate door-to-door trick-or-treating.
Halloween is going to be different this year for many families. Los Angeles County has cautioned against door to door trick-or-treating because of the current COVID-19 threat. Parents across the country are left wondering if going door to door might not be the best idea. LoveBug & Me wants to help parents of children ages 0-6 by providing an online alternative that everyone can enjoy. Owner, Mary Arden Gorman, says, “We know that kids and parents are disappointed that trick-or-treating won’t be happening for many this year. LoveBug & Me Music has created the next best thing… a festive celebration shared with other families in the community from the safety of your own home.” Tickets are available at www.lovebugandme.com.
About LoveBug & Me Music
LoveBug & Me Music is a mom-owned small business based in Los Angeles, California, founded in 2012 by singer/songwriter/guitarist, Mary Arden Gorman. The program has gained tremendous popularity and has grown to serve over 600 students weekly. LoveBug & Me has been voted the “Best Parent/Child Music Program in Los Angeles” multiple times by Red Tricycle, Mommy Poppins, Hulafrog and other trusted family publications. They have taken their classes to an online format, showcasing their original music, themed series, talented teachers, live performance of real instruments, and their beloved mascot puppet called “LoveBug”. The Zoom format has enabled their global audience of families to feel a sense of connection and normalcy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mary Arden Gorman