Good Wednesday friends! Today at La Voz with Mariel Fiori is education and family day.

Angelica Medaglia, journalistic producer of this show, told us about the news of the new rezoning plan for Kingston. There is still time, until September 30, to make our voices heard on the proposals. All the information and ways to participate can be found on the engage Kingston website.

The psychologist Celina Pipman gave us a meditation session, to be relaxed in the middle of the week.

This Sunday at 3pm, a musical theater production for the whole family, Brave New Frogs - Los Sapos Valientes, is presented at Bethany Community Arts in Ossining, and its librettist, Toby Campion, visited us to give us all the details. What do frogs, the Hudson Valley, and the jungles of Colombia have in common? Folklore Urbano NYC presents “Brave New Frogs-Los Sapos Valientes”, a multidisciplinary production for children and adults from the directors of Cumbia for Kids/Cumbia for All. Set in a laboratory in the jungles of Colombia's Pacific coast, Brave New Frogs sheds light on real issues affecting our own Hudson Valley, as well as communities around the world. Diversity, science, love, resilience and hope emerge in this enchanting show of dance, music and theater for audiences of all ages.
The creation and performance were made possible by funding from an ArtsWestchester "Voices for Change" grant, awarded to Pablo Mayor in 2021. Tickets $10 for children, $20 for adults.

And as if that were not enough, Malia Cordel brought the news of the Kingston Coalition for Equity in Education, KCEE, which now has a newsletter and website.