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The Center for Fiction and Brooklyn Conservatory of Music Present Storytelling and Music on the Plaza (Postponed)

Saturday, 12:00 pm EDT October 1, 2022

The Plaza at 300 Ashland

This event has been postponed due to weather. RSVP to be notified of the new date.

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music and The Center for Fiction are partnering to create and present a free and fun new show featuring interactive music, storytelling, and a petting zoo of instruments. Areli Morales Romero and the musicians will share from her book, Areli Is a Dreamer. The show will be presented on The Plaza at 300 Ashland for families at the Downtown Brooklyn Arts Festival. Fun for all ages!

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  • Areli Morales Romero, photo by Elizabeth Morales

    Areli Morales Romero

    Areli Morales Romero

    Areli Morales Romero was born in Puebla, Mexico, but was raised in New York City. She is a DACA recipient, and Areli Is a Dreamer is her debut children’s book. A graduate of CUNY-Brooklyn College with a bachelor’s degree in childhood bilingual education, she currently works as a substitute teacher. One day, Areli hopes to have her own classroom, where she can teach children to value the power of storytelling and empower them to share their own stories. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her family.

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