Instrument Petting Zoo

January 9, 2018 - 3:00pm

Eugene's Instrument Library and The WOW Hall have partnered to present an Instrument Petting Zoo on Tuesday, January 9th from 3:00 – 6:00 pm.

Are you interested in trying something new or reconnecting with music?  Maybe your child wants to start lessons but you're not sure which instrument is the best fit.  Come to the instrument petting zoo! 

This event is a chance for all members of the community to have an up-close look at a variety of musical instruments and a hands-on opportunity to actually touch, feel, and play these instruments under the supervision of local instructors and musicians.

Kids may become inspired to begin playing an instrument, or adults could find that the ability and desire to make sound is still present after time away from music! 

Eugene's Instrument Library is a community effort for novice, experienced and curious players of all ages to explore and learn sound.  Instruments in the petting zoo so far include fiddle, mandolin, guitar, banjo, tenor banjo, cello, violin, viola, brass instruments, drums, bass, piano & more. 

This is a free event (donations are welcome).

PS: If you are a music teacher/tutor and are interested in knowing how you can be involved, too, this could be a great opportunity!  Please email