Photo credit Michael Aleo

It’s the season for sleeping outside under the stars, and The Children’s Hour kids learn more about how to avoid bears, stay safe in bad weather, and be prepared for campfires and camping from our friends Jordan Stone and Naina Panthaki at Cottonwood Gulch, and head meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Albuquerque, Kerry Jones.


durationtitleartistalbumlabel
03:11Campin'The Okee Dokee BrothersSongs for Singin'2020 Okee Dokee Music LLC
03:56Camping TripTracey SingerSweets 'n' Treats2009 MR. CAL Records
03:10Teddy Bears' PicnicThe PersuasionsLove & Peace: Greatest Hits for KidsThis Compilation 2010 Music For Little People
03:50CampfireJohn McCutcheonJohn McCutcheon's Four Seasons: Autumnsongs1998 Rounder Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.
03:21Walk OutsideDan CrowA Friend, a Laugh, a Walk In the Woods2005 Kidztown Productions
03:23Some More S'moresCharity and the JAMbandParty Like a Twinkle Star2009 Charity Kahn
03:14Unhurried Journey (feat. Elizabeth Mitchell)Elena Moon ParkUnhurried Journey2020 Elena Moon Park
02:27Outside for a Better InsideKelley HuntWildflowers2014 Various Artists
02:11Thunder and LightningRecess MonkeyHot Air2015 Recess Monkey
01:00Pat's WaltzDjango Festival All StarsLive at Birdland & More! (Live)2013 Threes a Crowd Entertainment
04:07Somewhere Over the Rainbow / What a Wonderful WorldIsrael Kamakawiwo'oleFacing Future1993 Mountain Apple Company / BB

The Children’s Hour is supported by the Cultural Services Department and the Urban Enhancement Trust Fund at the City of Albuquerque, city councilor Pat Davis, as well as Bernalillo County, New Mexico’s Commission. We also have support from Electric Playhouse and numerous foundations also support our work including the Infinite Gesture Fund, The Limestone Fund, The Laughing Buddha Fund, and the Entheogen Fund. Thank you to our listeners who also support us!