New Year’s Day Morning Music Party with Hilltown Families & Flywheel Arts Collective

On the first day of 2016, Hilltown Families and the Flywheel Arts Collective are continuing the beloved ‘Morning Music Party’ series for another year with a breakfast bash featuring food, dancing and diversions for kids!  This year we are starting off this family series on New Year’s Day with a morning music party from 10am-12noon in Easthampton, MA.

During a free breakfast of fresh pancakes, juice, and fruit, families can enjoy a performance with our special guests, Scotty Swan Puppet Co. & The Magic of Jeff P. After the breakfast, kids can join DJ Youthelectronix for the “best ever dance party before noon.” Start off the new year with a New Year’s Day Music Dance Party! Save on the babysitter and dance away on the first morning of the new year!

These Morning Music Parties are a fundraiser for both Flywheel & Hilltown Families, with a “pay what you can” admission to attend with your family. So much cheaper than a night out on the town and just as much fun!

“Hilltown Families and Flywheel Arts Collective are two western Massachusetts non-profit organizations that strive to build community through collaboration and community engagement,” says Hilltown Families Executive Director, Sienna Wildfield.  “Getting families with children of all ages out and engaged in their community has it’s challenges in the winter. Through collaboration, we are able to bring our community of families a Morning Music Party Series with pancakes and dancing.  It’s a recipe of fun for kids of all ages… and inviting for parents too!”

This event is the first in a series of three this winter with our next event scheduled for Saturday, February 13th, 2016, supported by the Easthampton Cultural Council. Details to come! Subscribe to Hilltown Families weekly eNewsletter to stay up-to-date on new and exciting events.

Flywheel Arts Collective located in the old town hall (43 Main Street) in Easthampton, MA. For more information, email

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