Thursday, March 1, 2012

The Center for Puppetry Arts - "Adventures of Little Noodle" Performance

Adventures of Little Noodle Puppet Show

Did you know that the Center for Puppetry Arts was the first puppetry center in the United States?  Kermit the Frog and Jim Henson, the Kings of puppetry, cut the ribbon when the center opened its' doors in 1978!  It is a place where imaginations are encouraged, creativity abounds, and learning is fun.

 This month they will be educating children about making healthy choices and loving who they are with a performance of "Adventures of Little Noodle".  They have teamed up with community health partners such as C.H.O.I.C.E.S, Health Stat, and the Dekalb County Board of Health to help children learn about their body's health and prevent childhood obesity.

Center for Puppetry Arts is working to prevent childhood obesity.

This performance, like every Family Series performance, gives children an opportunity to participate in a puppet making workshop designed to evoke their imaginations with a hands on, curriculum-based activity made just for little hands.

If you are looking for a fun activity for a young person in your life, why not take them on an educational adventure of self confidence, healthy habits, creative thinking, and time with you, all while supporting a NonProfit!

For more information and ticket sales, click the links below:
Adventures of Little Noodle

Center for Puppetry Arts teaches Healthy Habits.
*All photos courtesy of the Center for Puppetry Arts.

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