Groovin’ with Eric Litwin
Award-winning children's author
Pizza Party & Concert
- We’ve had an overwhelming response and, unfortunately, given away all tickets to this free event.
- For families, who did not get tickets, a standby line will be available at 5:45 p.m. for the 6 p.m. concert. At 6 p.m. sharp, library staff will do their best to identify unfilled seats and offer those seats to people in the standby line.
- Can't use your tickets? Please return any extra tickets to our Youth Desk so we can offer them to others.
Join Teton County Library Foundation, Jackson Whole Grocer and Lucky's Market for free pizza before the show. Use your pizza ticket to redeem a free slice.
6 p.m. Concert
Get ready to sing, dance, laugh and fall in love with books at Litwin’s interactive family concert!
About Eric Litwin
A former classroom teacher, Litwin brings early literacy and music together with song and guitar music. His books have sold over 8.5 million copies, been translated into 13 languages, and won 18 literacy awards including a Theodor Geisel Seuss Honor Award.
About Writers in the Schools
The Center event follows three days of elementary school visits by Litwin, part of the library’s Writers in the Schools. Teton County Library and Teton County School District collaborate on this ongoing initiative, bringing inspiring writers into direct contact with young readers and aspiring writers. Recent Writers in the Schools include: Jack Gantos, Cornelia Funke and Chris Crutcher. Litwin’s visit is made possible through funding from the Teton County Library Foundation and The Cross Foundation.