The Four Winds Create and Inspire Education Program involves exposing children to as much quality live performance as we can organise and provide for them. Living in regional Australia may mean that these opportunities are reduced for our children, compared to their city counterparts. Four Winds hopes to do our best, to change this. On June 26 and 27 2018 we partnered with Musica Viva to bring Dr Stovepipe and Creativity to the Windsong Pavilion. In total 415 primary students from Narooma and Bermagui primary schools attended. Following the performance, we offer the opportunity for the children to reflect on what they have seen, discuss it together, and then develop their own creative response to it through singing, drama, dance and craft.