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Winter Hours
Labor Day to Memorial Day
Wed, Thurs, Friday:
10am & 11:30am
Sat/Sun: 11am, 1pm & 2:30pm

Summer Hours
Memorial Day to Labor Day
Wed Thru Sunday:
11am, 1pm & 2:30pm

General Admission: $5.00
Seniors/Military $4.00
Children Under Two Are Free
Group discounts for groups of 10 or more

Group Prices:
Groups of 10 to 25 paying customers get a 10% discount
Groups of 25 or more paying customers get a 20% discount

Summer Hours in Effect
from Memorial Day
to Labor Day
Wednesday Through Sunday
11am, 1pm & 2:30pm

  

 

 

 


 

Steampunk Thumbelina

Steampunk
August 15-19, 22-29

 Shrink down to the size of a thumb and join 'Tiny' on an adventure . . . Steampunk Style. Captured by a frog, kidnapped by a beetle or meet a friend who loves to fly. It's an adventure of a lifetime.


Steam Punk Puppet Menagerie!

Steampunk

Friday August 17, 7PM

Steam Punk Thumbelina, Puppet Performances by Brittany Barbieri, Jason Johnson, Pandora Gastelum and Dark Rainbow! Special Contortionist Performance by The Lovely "Divinezs", Puppet Karoke and more!

Those who dress up in steam punk attire will be entered in a costume contest and will receive $5.00 off admission!

Early Bird activities starting at 5:30 pm : Make and take a puppet or steampunk gadget, Photo Booth, vendors with vintage clothing and gadgets! Food and Drink available!

Friday August 17, 7PM
21 and up Please!
Tickets in Advance $10.00
$15.00 at the door, $5.00 off with  Costume!

Two Frog Stories and a Spider Song

Two Frog Stories

August 29 – September 3
(Extra shows on Labor Day)
“I’m a wide mouth frog and I eat flies,” claims the wide mouth frog in this funny story. In Princess Elena’s Golden Ball, frog finds the lost ball in the well, but a playful dog gets the credit.
Hand puppets/Ventriloquism Eva Kvaas – Little Red Hen


 


September 5-9

TBD


 

Peter and the Wolf


Sep 12-16 , 19-23
A retelling of Prokofiev’s classic "Peter and the Wolf"
Made possible in part by the Jim Henson Foundation
As Peter cleans and rearranges his grandfather’s workshop he discovers a journal which when read brings to life the objects in the workshop.
Table top, shadow, and object puppetry
Max Dailey Puppets



September 26-30

TBD

Ian and Bridget