Civic Leaders Support Creole For Kidz Coming To Dare County Schools


Over a dozen local and regional civic organizations are partnering to bring two-time Grammy Award winning musician Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience to Dare County Schools for a music residency called Creole For Kidz! October 24-26.

The Outer Banks Community Foundation, The Don and Catharine Bryan Cultural Series, Dare County Schools, Dare Education Foundation, Outer Banks Hospital, North Banks Rotary, Outer Banks Relief Foundation, Mustang Outreach Program, Camp-Younts Foundation, North Carolina Arts Council, SouthArts, National Endowment for the Arts and Dare County Arts Council are all working together to ensure Dare County students get to experience the high-quality multicultural performing arts program called Creole for Kidz and the History of Zydeco.

The residency, which will give all Dare County students the opportunity to see Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience, recently received a grant from the Outer Banks Community Foundation.

“The Outer Banks Community Foundation is honored to be one of many wonderful sponsors for this great event,” said Executive Director of the Outer Banks Community Foundation Lorelei Costa. “The Outer Banks is such a giving community, and we are proud to be its foundation.”