10/01/2018 14:22 EDT | Updated 10/01/2018 17:02 EDT

Sharon and Bram Bid Us A Final Skinnamarink A-Dink On Farewell Tour

The beloved entertainers embark on their last tour after 40 years of bringing us classic kids songs.

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Sharon, Lois and Bram performing together before Lois Lilienstein (middle) died in 2015 of cancer.

They loved us in the morning and in the afternoon. They loved us in the evening and underneath the moon....

Sharon, Lois & Bram have Shinnamarink a-dinky dink'd their way into our homes and hearts for the past 40 years.

Sharon Hampson, Lois Lilienstein and Bram Morrison debuted as a kids' entertainment trio in 1978. Together, the three produced more than 20 recordings, three songbooks, six national TV specials, 65 episodes of "The Elephant Show" and 52 of "Skinnamarink TV," their official biography notes.

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They have produced gold and platinum records, and have won three Juno Awards for Best Children's Album.

Lilienstein died in 2015 from a rare form of cancer.

However, Hampson and Morrison have carried on touring together. Until now.

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Sharon and Bram at June Rowlands Park in Toronto, which was named after the famous children's music trio Sharon, Lois and Bram.

Hampson and Morrison are hitting the road one final time 40 years after they first joined with the late Lilienstein to form one of Canadiana's most well-known trios.

Their 40th anniversary farewell tour features a sing-along concert for the whole family, with favourites such as "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain," "Five Little Monkeys," "One Elephant" and, of course, "Skinnamarink."

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