Out Having Fun!!! Upcoming and Recent


March 2019, “March is Reading Month” Kick-off program at Indian Prairie Elementary School in Kalamazoo.  Students will read, talk about and share songs related to the story in the book, “My Ol’ Man” by Patricia Polocco.

Sunday, December 9, 2018, Unitarian Universalist Church, Portage

Shared stories and songs from the “Pathway of Life”.  Marriage, children, grand children, fishing, and making memories.

Thursday, December 6th,  Shared music with members of the statewide elementary and middle school principal in Traverse City.  Old friends and work to be done in education in Michigan were a part of the program.

Friday, January 18th North Point

Steve will be joined by his sister to share music with the people who live at North Point

Wednesday, January 23rd, Crosstown Highrise

Tuesday, May 15th, 1:00
Library Show:  Branch District Library
Coldwater Branch, Coldwater Michigan

This show was presented to a gathering of senior citizens, and some younger folks, who gather at the library.  These folks were enthusiastic and willing to get involved in the music what a gift.

Saturday, May 19th, Noon
Peace Pizzazz
Bronson Park
Peace PizzazzThis coming Saturday, May 19th, Steve Barber will have the privilege of opening the many events taking place during Peace Pizzazz starting at noon in Bronson Park.  Please join fun!



 Sing-a-long at Northglade Elementary School in Kalamazoo.

After substitute teaching in Mrs. Ebert’s music class and sharing many of my songs, Mrs. Eberts made it possible for me to have a sing-a-long with the whole school.

Northglade Elementary School

It was great fun!

 Recently, Mara Mackay, author, Dan Smith, illustrator, and I went to Vera Wilsie Elementary School in Newaygo Michigan.  We presented workshops and concerts in thanks for their support for my CD project.

Workshops and Concert



The workshops and the concerts went well.  The students were enthusiastic learners.

I was proud of the tradition of learning that lives on at Vera Wilsie.





Several years ago now, I had the pleasure of sharing a song with fellow graduates during Sunday brunch at Clara’s on the River in Battle Creek.  We were together for the LHS’65 45th class reunion: