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Groove & Voracious Reader Toss PJ Party to Benefit Needy Kids


Pajama Party at Groove to Benefit The Pajama Program

Special Guest David Weinstone, Creator of Music for Aardvarks,

Joins Groove House Band for a Rockin’ Afternoon – Saturday, November 21

At this important time of year marking giving and family, Larchmont businesses, Groove Performing Arts and The Voracious Reader have joined together to benefit children in need through The Pajama Program.  The Pajama Program is dedicated to delivering warm sleepwear and nurturing books to children in need.

This Saturday, November 21 from 12:00-3:00 pm, Groove’s local studio will host a Drop-in Pajama Party featuring music by Groove House Band and bedtime books for sale by The Voracious Reader.

David WeinstoneSpecial guest David Weinstone, creator of Music for Aardvarks, will visit from Brooklyn to perform with the Groove house band in an effort to help to raise awareness for The Pajama Program along with the local businesses.  Treats donated by you & me cookie will be available as well.

Admission to the Pajama JAM is simply one pair of new pajamas (baby, toddler or children’s size).

Groove Performing Arts is located at 157 Larchmont Avenue (just north of the Post Road).

Collection of PJ’s and books continues at Groove Performing Arts (157 Larchmont Avenue) and The Voracious Reader (1997 Palmer Avenue) through December 4.

The Pajama Program is a non-profit organization, provides new, warm pajamas and new books to children in need in the United States and around the world, many who are waiting and hoping to be adopted.  These are youngsters who may not know the comforts of a mother or father to tuck them into a cozy bed and read them a bedtime story.  Too many have been abandoned, most deprived of any love at all.  For more information, visit

For more information about Pajama JAMS, please contact Groove Performing Arts at (914) 834-3383 or visit

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