Hiya friends! It's Bella— your favorite furry, fabulous, monster friend and I'm ready to take on ANOTHER week of summer fun!
I'm kicking off the week with, of course, a show at Puppet Showplace Theater! This week's show is called Hiawatha and it tells the story of the Iroquois hero, Hiawatha.
DATES AND TIMES:
Wednesday 8/12 @ 10:30am and 1pm
Thursday 8/13 @ 10:30am and 1pm
Friday 8/14 @10:30am, 1pm, and 7pm
Saturday 8/15 @ 10:30am and 1pm
ABOUT THE SHOW:
his enchanting play is based on the life of the great Iroquois hero, Hiawatha. A curious young boy, Hiawatha decides to disobey his grandmother and seek a vision, alone, in the forest. There he finds a sacred cave and enters a magical world full of talking animals and fantastic spirits. He meets a wise Mohawk, The Peacemaker, who teaches him a wonderful lesson. At last, with the help of his friends Bear and Turtle, Hiawatha discovers the pathway he must follow to become a great man. This production features exquisitely crafted puppets and is accompanied by Native American flute and drum. Rod Puppets
Then, after I see the show, I'm heading back to the Boston Children's Museum to check out their Native American art exhibit!
This summer Boston Children’s Museum extends programming outdoors with activities and events on Fort Point. All along the waterfront, witness children and families become inspired by creativity and adventure as they explore outside. Join the Museum for daily and weekly activities, and keep a look out for special festivals and events! More information regarding dates and times can be found atwww.BostonChildrensMuseum.org.
See you there!