Puppet’s for the Planet Festivals StoneLion Puppet Theatre and Kansas City Parks and Recreation
Join StoneLion Puppet Theatre and St. Mark’s for a Puppets for the Planet Community Art Festival. This interactive day of fun celebrates the planet with art, entertainment, and community action. StoneLion puppet shows, Sister Act Face Painting, free food, Hip Hop dancing with LeoNightUS , Juggling fun with Laughing Matters, music, interactive art making, exhibits by local environmental groups, make and take crafts with local artists, Bouncy House and more.
FREE Event: Learn how to make a rain garden or install a rain barrel, make recycled art, learn about solar power and local activities to clean up our neighborhoods and rivers, help build a giant puppet, refreshments…you never know what you will find…except FUN!
A FREE event rolling into your neighborhood April 11, 2015 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Call 816-221-5351 for information.
StoneLion’s goal is to bring awareness to environmental issues in our own area and to provide realistic opportunities for change and involvement through the art of puppetry. Clean water, clean planet. Additional festivals will be held at Lakeside Nature Center, Gregg Klice Community Center and The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art.
StoneLion is available for interviews at your convenience. LET’S TALK. Help us spread the word. Our colorful and visual puppets can come to you for interviews as well.
Sponsored by The Missouri Arts Council, a state agency, Kansas City Parks and Recreation, Kansas City Power and Light, The ArtsKC Fund, United Inner City Services and The Law Offices of Lance Loewenstein P.C.
St Mark Child and Family Development Center 2008 E 12th Street Kansas City, MO 64127
StoneLion Puppet Theatre and St Mark Child and Family Development Center
StoneLion Puppet Theatre and Kansas City Parks and Recreation presents a FREE event celebrating the planet with ART, Juggling, Crafts, Easter Egg Hunts, Puppet shows, Storytelling, Musice and more.and take crafts with local artists, Bouncy House and more.
Aoril 4, 2015 10am - 5pm. Gregg Glice Community Center 1600 John “Buck” O’Neil Way, KC, MO