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“Grinnin’ & Groovin” Event Series for Kids - StoneLion Puppet Show, June 19
Expires [Tuesday, June 19, 2018]
Cultural Arts Coordinator
EVENT:“Grinnin’ & Groovin” Event Series for Kids
StoneLion Puppet Show
DATE:Tuesday June 19, 2018
LOCATION:The Lodge at Ironwoods Park
14701 & Mission Road, Leawood KS 66224
GRINNIN’ & GROOVIN’ CULTURAL EVENTS FOR KIDS
The Leawood Arts Council, in conjunction with the Parks and Recreation Department, will provide “Grinnin’ & Groovin’” entertainment for the entire family each Tuesday, June 5 through June 26th. The event series continues with a puppet show by StoneLion Puppets on Tuesday, June 19th.
StoneLion Puppets have been a Grinnin’ & Groovin’ favorite for many summers in Leawood. Children will watch with anticipation to see what the puppets are up to in the new show Dragonfire on June 19th.
Let the dragon’s fire ignite the music of imagination in this brand new marionette revue by StoneLion Puppet Theatre. Find mermaids swimming to the crescendo of the sea, the Lochness monster searching for golden notes of treasure while fairies flit about. Dragonfire is an interactive half hour of beguiling mythical puppet fun.
The series wraps up on June 26th with a wild and funny juggling show by Brain Wendling.
Each program will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will last less than one hour. Bring your entire family for fun-filled entertainment that will thrill children of all ages. This performance will be held inside the Lodge at Ironwoods Park. The Lodge offers floor and chair seating.
Come to Ironwoods Park to enjoy the entertainment and stay to visit the Historic Oxford Schoolhouse or the Prairie Oak Nature Center.
For more information please call the Leawood Arts Council (913) 663-9157 or visit www.leawood.org.