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Live PUPPETONIA Show this Thursday Sept. 10th at 10 am at Elysian Park, Hoboken

 

 

Come join us for the first PUPPETONIA live performance, “Birdie’s Circus” on Thursday September 10th at 10 am in Elysian Park, Hoboken (1001 Hudson st)

Oh No! Birdie has missed the bus to go see the Circus! We decide to make our own circus right here at Puppetonia! Complete with popcorn, clowns, and a high wire act!

We will keep the safe distance and play, sing, dance with our children!

Bring a blanket and the following musical instruments/ props IF you don’t want to use our own:
-small parachute or any colorful fabric
-shakers
-stuffed animal
-Small ball

Fee: $18

Reservation and payment required via Venmo  @Puppetonia-Shows or at www.puppetonia.com OR cash on site.

IN CASE OF RAIN: The show will take place at:

Symposia Bookstore
510 Washington St, Hoboken

The INDOOR SHOW will admit a maximum of 6 children and 6 caregivers. Each child and caregiver sits on an 8ft square pad, and there would be dividers between each square. Masks would be required for the actor(s) and the caregivers. We would use only toys with hard surfaces that would be disinfected and cleaned before and after each use. We will also have lots of fans in the space to circulate air. The windows and the front door will be open.

More info about the class:

Since its inception, Puppetonia has taught children so much more than just their ABC’s and 123′s. The music and puppet shows incorporate important social skills, early academics, thinking skills, motor skills, and self-expression.
The music is fun and upbeat, and the children are encouraged to move to the rhythm, follow verbal instructions, practice sequential movements, and have a great time. And there are bubbles galore!

For more info, contact us at puppetonia@gmail.com or 201-805-1739

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