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Kids | Community

BAMboo!

 
Ages 4—12
 
Sat, Oct 31, 2020
  • 2PM
 
 
LOCATION:
 
RUN TIME: 2hrs
 
 
 
 
Free
 
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Saturday October 31, 2020
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Bring your Halloween best to this virtual family-friendly party! BAM’s beloved block party transforms for the digital space into an action-packed afternoon of revelry for families everywhere. Join us for a lineup of Halloween tricks and treats, including a magic show with Rogue the Magician, professional pumpkin carving by Greg Butauski, story time with Tammy Hall, and dance party with DJ Suga Ray. Best of all, delight in wild, wacky, and adorable costumes from near and far—and have the opportunity to win prizes with your own entry at the annual costume contest.

Season Sponsor:

 

Bloomberg Philanthropies

 

Leadership support for off-site programs provided by:

 

Support for the signature artist series provided by Howard Gilman Foundation

 

Leadership support for BAM Access Programs provided by the Jerome L. Greene Foundation

Jerome L. Greene Foundation

 

Major Sponsor of BAM Community Programs:

 

Bloomberg Philanthropies

 

Leadership support for the BAM Hamm Archives and BAM Film, Community, and Education programs provided by The Thompson Family Foundation

 
 
 
BAMBoo! Schedule 
 

2pm Event begins with music by DJ Suga Ray
2:20pm Storytelling with Tammy Hall
2:40pm Rogue the Magician
3pm Dance party and costume contest
3:55pm Costume contest winners announced

Rogue The Magician
 
Rogue the Magician

Rogue the Magician got his start in magic at the age of six and has been performing, teaching, and mentoring for the last 30 years. He performed on America’s Got Talent in 2014 (his true claim to fame)—as well as countless other news programs, newspapers, magazines, online media, TV shows—and was featured in the short documentaries The Magic Man and Misdirection. Rogue is a full-time performer and has traveled throughout the globe, fulfilling his passion, spreading his love of magic, and inspiring others to follow in his footsteps.



 
Tammy Hall 
 

Storyteller Tammy Hall is known throughout Brooklyn for her extensive knowledge of world folklore. Born in Clarksville, Tennessee, she grew up listening to wondrous Southern tales at the foot of her father. She has since expanded her repertoire to include hundreds of tales from all over the globe, mesmerizing audiences with a wide range of storytelling techniques, including call-and-response; the use of percussive instruments, costumes, and other props; and the simple power of the human voice.

Greg Butauski 
 

Greg Butauski is a master pumpkin carver who has been carving professionally for 15 years. He carves over 50 pumpkins every October and has been invited to appear on Food Network’s Halloween Wars in 2021. He began his food art career working in ice sculpture and has won the World Ice Art Championships, is a three-time US national champion, and was US team captain at the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City and Vancouver. He also specializes in sand carving and food art mediums including cheese, toast and bread, candy, fruits, and vegetables.