Add a little colour and a lot of music to your little ones’ lives! Miss Molly’s Maypole – Dancing for Kids features a height-adjustable maypole, colourful ribbons, live piano accordion music and percussion instruments for kids to tap away on. No experience is necessary: just a few kids, a little energy and a camera provide a fun, memorable activity. Kids will develop a greater appreciation of dance and music and may even develop a few social skills.

Shirleyanne Myers painted a pretty picture of Miss Molly and her Maypole at the Cobargo Folk Festival.

Maypole dancing has a rich history throughout Europe and has diversified into many different styles. Join Miss Molly and her helpers for a fun maypole dance experience and learn how to create colourful patterns on the maypole. Have a go at the energetic Barber’s Pole or be challenged by a more elaborate Austrian-inspired Bandltanz, where kids and adults weave a creative pattern around the pole. You could try ‘spinning’ a Spider’s Web or just join in on percussion to live accordion music.

We are also known as Maypole with Molly and are happy to be advertised as such or Miss Molly’s Maypole.

All ages are welcome, so come along and do some Maypole with Molly.

Our next gigs are at

Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival Friday, Saturday and Sunday October 20-22, times TBA

Major’s Creek Festival on Friday,Saturday and Sunday November 10-12, times TBA

Recent gigs include

Cultural Treasures Shellharbour Multicultural Festival at Redall Reserve, Lake Illawarra, SundayMay 28

St Albans Folk Festival from April 21-23, Saturday 10:30am and Sunday 1:30pm at the Kidsfest

National Folk Festival from April 13-17, Friday11:00am, Saturday 2:00pm, Sunday 11:00am and Monday 2:00pm at the KidzFest

Cobargo Folk Festival from February 24-26

Illawarra Folk Festival from January 12-15 at Bulli Showground, Wollongong, very hot on Friday and Saturday. We made good use of a spray bottle!

Randwick Eco-Living Fair on Sunday 4th September, 2016 at 27 Munda St Randwick