Can you Kazoo? Find out at special event on Jan. 28 at Geisel Library, UCSD campus, La Jolla


The exhibit, “The Kazoo: More than just an annoying party favor,” showcases its African and African-American roots, plots its place in Americana, reveals its role in the early jazz age, catalogs its classical repertoire, and peeks at its popular music successes, now through Jan. 30 at Geisel Library at UC San Diego.

A collection of kazoos is displayed along with information on the physics behind how the kazoo works. At noon on Monday, Jan. 28 (National Kazoo Day) all library visitors will get a free kazoo! (858) 822-5758.

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