The Say W.H.A.T. Project Comes to the Summer Reading Program

The Natchitoches Public Library’s Summer Reading Program is not only keeping young minds sharp over the summer, but they are also sponsoring some wonderful family-fun events! The main library was a bit less quiet than usual Thursday, July 13 as the three young men of the TMM Project presented the Say W.H.A.T. (Working Hard All Together) Now! show. The 20 children attending were not spectators, they (and some of their parents) clapped, danced, and tried their hands at the instruments that they had learned about.

Terrance Michael Morgan, founder of the group, taught the children some basic dance moves which they then got to try out with their friends. Mr. Morgan’s enthusiasm and love of his craft is contagious and got even the shyest youngsters on their feet. After the class, the children got to try out the various drums the group uses.

The TMM Project has brought its high energy, family-friendly fun to schools, libraries, churches, and summer camps throughout the south since 2005. They were a most enjoyable adjunct to the library’s summer reading program.