Austin’s Favorite Kindie Group for Hipster Toddlers

If you missed the Kindie group the Que Pastas at the Kaiser Library this morning or the Central Library this afternoon, there are more shows. These toddler and parent-pleasing rug rat wranglers are in town touting their new, full-length album SUNGLASSES.

We’ve been doing our own little preview listening party at the office and we’re all down with the Que Pastas. This Austin band is sure to bring out your toddler’s inner hipster, so get ready.

I asked my daughter who lives in Austin if she is familiar with the Que Pastas and she wrote, “Austin hipster babies love the Que Pastas… I think they played at Toddlers By Toddlerswest.” So, there you have it. Catch the show. For days, locations and times, go here. While you’re there, sign up to win the album!

The Tulsa City-County Library has tons of fun things like this going on all summer. And they’re all FREE. If you haven’t signed your child up for the Summer Reading Program, you can do it at any library. While you’re there, pick up a Reading Program Event Guide so you won’t miss anything.

If you want more music, go to HUNGRY FOR THE BLUES on Friday and Saturday at Mohawk Park. Two days of live blues music, plus arts & crafts, a kids’ zone, car show and fun. The festival is from 4-9 p.m. Friday and 1-9 p.m. Saturday.

For some cool, indoor fun, you can go to the Cinemark Theater Kid’s Summer Movie Clubhouse. If you get an advanced ticket, you can see all 10 films for $5 or they’re $1 per show. (G or PG). The shows are every Thursday at 10 a.m., 6808 S. Memorial.

A great, free activity is the Tulsa Garden Center Storytime at 10 a.m. every Thurs. through August. The picture books are for kids in preschool through 2nd grade and, of course, have a garden theme. Each storytime will be followed by an activity in the Linnaeus Teaching Garden. The Tulsa Garden Center is at 2435 S. Peoria.

These are just a few of the things going on as Tulsa gears up for summer fun.

Check the TulsaKids Calendar for more!

What’s your favorite thing to do with kids in the summer in Tulsa?

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