A Good Afternoon at Reading: A Family Affair

February 13, 2013 at 5:00 AM | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Kaydee PuppetsLast week LCNV announced its starting line up in the Verizon “See a Book” Theater at Reading: A Family Affair on March 2, 2013. The fun doesn’t stop in the morning. After purchasing a quick lunch from the James Lee Razorbacks Youth Sports during intermission, head back to Verizon’s “See a Book” Theater to be entertained by the Kaydee Puppeteers at 12 noon. Since 1972, the Kaydee Puppeteers have toured the Washington, DC Metropolitian area with a variety of puppet shows. They have appeared at hundreds of nursery and elementary schools, numerous birthday parties, recreation centers, and the following library systems: The Library of Congress, Montgomery, Fairfax, Arlington, Pamunkey, Alexandria, Prince George, Baltimore county and DC libraries. This performance is best for ages 2 – 7.

tombioFollowing the Kaydee Puppeteers at 1 pm, Tom Lilly is a performer combining magic, juggling, and balloonacy with loads of audience participation. Tom began performing in ‘84 and quickly became a regular at area schools, festivals, and malls. Books Are A Blast! is the show he has performed at libraries throughout DelMarVa and Pennsylvania. With Pinky & Floyd, World’s Fastest Bookworms, Uncle Sammy and Lady Liberty, and Beowulf T. Wonderbunny himself in his very own bookmobile, it’s easy to see why one young reader said, “You’re the strangest adult I’ve ever seen!” This performance is for ages 4 and up.

All performances are 45 minutes in length, followed by a 15 minute intermission, during which you and your child can meet Clifford the Big Red Dog, our special guest from WETA Kids!

A suggested donation of $5 at door will benefit LCNV’s Student Scholarship & Advancement Fund. For more information about RAFA, go to http://www.lcnv.org/events/rafa.


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