Hi Nick Husson here. Lately, I've been thinking about fun and educational things that Charleston residents can do to expand their cultural understanding. Bet you didn't know I thought about such things!
Well, I love this area and its residents and I've been researching some fun activities that I think just about anyone will love. One that I don't think you should miss is coming up in the middle of November at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences.
What is it? A production of "Song of the Wolf," a re-imagined version of the "Three Little Pigs" that takes on an environmentalist bent. Even if you're not an environmentalist, this is a fun and educational concert that people of all ages can enjoy. It is especially designed to help children learn some important life lessons.
Performances take place from November 15 through the 18 and cost no more than $4 per person. Teachers who bring their class receive lesson plans and interactive CD-ROMS, which can be used to teach a variety of lessons, including how to recognize patterns in music, how orchestras work together to create music, and even geography and economic lessons.
We at Husson's Pizza are big fans of educational methods like this because they engage the child's mind and make learning fun. Family and community comes first with us, and we're always happy to help you learn more about your community.
When you finish, you can swing by and grab some delicious pepperoni pizza or take advantage of one of our lunch specials.
Ask about our group lunches, starting at $5 per person.
Hope to see you soon!