Gorgeous "entrées " seen around town while walking yesterday~
Then last night we walked through another kind passageway, one filled with the magic of books!!
~ The Carnegie Library~
It was the dress rehearsal for a puppet show (two actually) that will be part of a Spring Celebration here in a few weeks. Also, today eighty school children came to see the presentation in smaller groups.
This show above, is an Aesop's fable called: The Fox and the Grapes. ~*~ The moral of the story is: You can't always get what you want and sometimes that is a good thing. (In this case the fox didn't get to eat the pretty grapes that he wanted desperately, but as it turns out the grapes were too sour to eat anyway.
Here are my friends, the puppeteers that came up with the concept and also made it happen! On the left Harold and Meriam and on the right Doug and Phillis.
It's funny to think, but this is the first puppet show I can remember ever seeing in my life, because I used to be the one giving them as a little girl. Did you give puppet shows? Have you ever been to a one?
It was really fun and inspiring to watch because it's been on my mind and in my heart to build a puppet theater for a long time and is going to happen very soon.
I'll be out of town a few days, but will catch up with you in the beginning of the week.
I leave you with these 'pretties', also from taken during my walking adventure.
Do you by chance know what this blue flower is called?
Have a great weekend Bloggies!
Must turn my computer off now. We have thunder and lightening storm.