Performances at your Local Library
Libraries are a great place to go for
Children's Entertainment
Most Public Libraries have monthly calendars with scheduled programs for children of all ages. 

If you have seen my show at another venue and
would like me to visit your local library,
please contact your own Children's Librarian.

If he or she would like to
contact me,
please pass along my information
Birthday Parties
Local Businesses
Scroll down to read a letter from Kathleen D. Hutchins,
Head of Youth Services at the
JV Fletcher Library in Westford
Play Groups
School Visits
       Please search the
Massachusetts Performers and Programs Directory
       for more program information and reference contact information.
Show Prices
Dear Tim,

Thank you for providing four delightful programs for our youngest patrons. Each week parents and other care givers sang your praises, commenting on the lively programs they had enjoyed with their young charges.  It was very nice to have a male singer/storyteller for the very little ones.  That is a role model not frequently seen.

Staff enjoyed your performances also and not only the break from presenting several times a week to various age groups.  Your method of mixing songs and stories, using familiar songs and changing the words, and the addition of toys for the children to use, all are similar to the Mother Goose on the Loose early literacy model that we have been developing.  It fit in perfectly with our needs and met one of the goals of our Mother Goose on the Loose LSTA grant.

We would like to engage you again in a similar way in the future.  I will be in touch with you when I start putting together the school year program schedule.


Kathleen D. Hutchins
Head of Youth Services