Tracks for K – 3rd and 4th – 6th –
The children’s track at the Eucharistic Congress for children in K – 3 is built to resemble a one day “Vacation Bible School.” The Congress’s theme and Eucharistic focus is explored with crafts, music, storytelling, guided Adoration, and other supportive materials presented through a variety of media.
The children’s track at the Eucharistic Congress for children in grades 4-6 is designed to engage this age group in several activities that enhance their knowledge about the Mass and the Eucharist. These young participants will move from station to station exploring and sharing how they can “Do Whatever He Tells You” through participation in the Most Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. A guided Adoration will also occur in this track.
The registration fee for children is $5 PRIOR TO March 17th for one or $15 per child after March 17th. This fee will ensure a place for your child in the track and also provide materials and a snack.
Please note: There is no registration fee for 7th grade and above as they are welcome to join the teen track. Also there will be no childcare available.
Come and get “SPOONED” during the Children’s track at the Eucharistic Congress 2017!
The “Spoon Man” is a Published Author who offers a hilarious interactive comedy program for all ages. He gives a real stirring performance. Everyone will really eat him up. No bibs required. The “Spoon Man” has a totally clean act. He never uses dirty silverware. The “Spoon Man” will leave a lasting impression after playing on you (literally). It’s a spoonful of family fun.
He has written a book titled “Spoon Boy” a 124 page soft cover chapter book on how Jimmy got started playing the spoons. ISBN 978-0-9667757-1-6
The “Spoon Man” has been playing the spoons for nearly 32 years (he never had a social life) professionally for 20 years. He is married with 5 kids and a mortgage and supports his family by playing the spoons (by the grace of God).
His program contains several outrageous impressions such as Glen Miller and Elvis combining together, A Heavy Metal Spoon Player and A Rap Spoon Player. He has an audience sing-a-long competition. He creates a Mountain Band out of members of the audience. You may also see him play forks and knives. In addition, if that is still not enough, everyone has an opportunity to get “SPOONED.”
The “Spoon Man” has recently produced the first ever Instructional Video on How To Play The Spoons, appropriately titled “Music From The Kitchen”. 5 National publications have reviewed this video. Go to www.SpoonMan.biz for more references.