Consists of audio recording of Rich Avery hosting the Mariposa in the Schools (MITS) workshop, (a program teaching children about folk music) beginning by performing "The Village Pump" with children in the audience singing along. Next Chris Whiteley recites a story (accompanied by harmonica) about a fox being chased by hounds, an Lois Lilienstein performs "Aiken Drum" (trad.) with children participating, followed by Chris Whiteley explaining to the children how to play a jug and then performing "The Barnyard Dance" (Martin, Bogan and the Armstrongs) and "Take Your Fingers Off It" (trad.) with children playing makeshift instruments. Also consists of Rich Avery teaching the children to sing "Mary Mac" (trad.) and Lois Lilienstein performing "We're Going to the Zoo" (Tom Paxton) and teaching the children about syncopation, as well as Rich Avery performing an "echo song" with the children called "Green Grass Grew All Around" (William Jerome (lyrics), Harry Von Tilzer (music)) and Lois Lilienstein teaching the children to sing/play "Head and Shoulders, Baby" (?), and ending with Rich Avery and Lois Lilienstein together with the children performing "George Washington Bridge".