Family Day with Ed Said

Sanders Soundstage

MPB’s Ed Said comes to the Sanders Soundstage for two special performances on Tuesday, June 13! Plus, we will have a fun-filled day of healthy, educational activities for kids at the Museum including yoga, gardening demonstrations, drumming, and more!

The activities and Ed Said performances are free with Museum admission and free to Museum Members. For more information on admission click here.

Schedule of events:

9:00 a.m. – Front Porch

Musical yoga for kids & parents with Clare Moore of SunnyWild Yoga 

10:00 a.m. – Sanders Soundstage

Ed Said performance in the Sanders Soundstage

10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Front Porch & Lawn

Gardening demonstration with Mississippi State University Extension Center’s Master Gardener Program

Kids cooking demonstration with Chef Cole Ellis

African drumming and dancing with Delta Arts Alliance

Vegetable stamping with Delta Arts Alliance

Other participants include:

West Bolivar Consolidated School District’s Office of Child Nutrition

Cleveland Farmer’s Market

1:00 p.m. – Sanders Soundstage

Ed Said (second performance) in the Sanders Soundstage

In 2009, Mississippi Public Broadcasting (MPB) created Ed Said. Ed is a boy who loves to learn about being healthy and is known around school for his love of raps and rhymes.  This reputation has earned him the rap name, Ed Said.  Ed Said shares his health knowledge in form of a song. Ed Said lives on the internet in webisodes at, and in animated music video interstitials that broadcast on MPB’s television channel between children’s programming.