Puppetry Arts Festival of Brooklyn on June 28, 2014 in Park Slope

    Puppetry Arts Festival of Brooklyn

    Saturday, June 28, 2014

    Life Size Walking T-Rex and Adorable Tiny Tigers At Puppetry Arts Festival

    The Brooklyn-based non profit theatre Puppetry Arts New York will be hosting the annual Puppetry Arts Festival of Brooklyn inviting  the whole community to experience puppet-tastic adventures!!

    Located at 4th Street and 5th Avenue of Park Slope near Washington Park, this event will present free puppet shows from 11am-3pm with performances by Yellow Sneakers, James Kent, Arlee Chadwick, Charlie Kanev, and more. The event will also introduce Puppetry Arts New York’s very own Tuffy Tiger as featured in the children’s book series “That’s What Tuffy Tigers Do” performing in his new interactive staged show “Tuffy’s Great Adventure.” HITN and Early Learning Collaborative will host creative fun featuring the animated hit Pocoyo. All along 4th street starting at the corner of 5th Ave will have walk around puppets including alligators, tap-dancing cats, and sing-a-longs for the whole family.

    Making this event even MORE exciting will be a special performance by Field Station: Dinosaurs of New Jersey’s Meadowlands. The Dinosaur Troubadour from Field Station: Dinosaurs loves nothing more than sharing his knowledge of dinosaurs through song with children who are as interested in dinosaurs as he is. Plus, you’ll meet an unbelievably life-like roaring, breathing 15-foot juvenile T-Rex. An interactive, entertaining and surprising Paleozoic adventure for everyone!

    The Puppetry Arts Festival of Brooklyn has free admission and open the public rain or shine. $2.00 hands-on puppet crafts, carnival games, and snacks, $4.00 Bounce House, $4.00 tee shirt designing. Tickets for activities are $1.00 each and will be available at the entrance of the events. Raffles include tickets for “Walking With Dinosaurs” the epic dinosaur adventure at Barclays this July as well as prizes from Madame Tussauds, Regal Cinemas, and Elope.

    All funding raised from these events will be used to support free cultural programs in area schools and youth shelters. For details about Puppetry Arts New York and its Arts In Education and Theatre Programming or to donate to this outstanding charity visit www.puppetryarts.org. For information about Field Station: Dinosaur visit FieldStationDinosaurs.com.

    Puppetry Arts New York is in fact the little organization that does BIG things!