See You at ” A Puppet Restrospective” Exhibition in Almonte!

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See You at ” A Puppet Restrospective” Exhibition in Almonte!

Noreen Young A Puppet Retrospective Exhibition in Almonte from July 14 to September 22, 2018

Noreen Young’s “A Puppet Retrospective” Exhibition at Mississippi Valley Textile Museum in Almonte from July 14 to September 22, 2018

Gloria the Gopher, from CBC’s vintage “Under the Umbrella Tree” children’s series, is very happy to tell everybody that she and her friends Holly, Iggy the Iguana and Jacob Blue Jay, are already streaming on Canada Media Fund’s new channel, Encore+ on YouTube.  Now from July 14 to September 22, 2018 we can meet them in person at Noreen Young’s “A Puppet Retrospective” Exhibition at Mississippi Valley Textile Museum in Almonte, Ontario, Canada.

26 English episodes.

26 French episodes.

For more information about Noreen Young, please see Wikipedia

During the exhibition there will be another Puppet Related shows:

Stunt Ventrilloquist Tim Holland: Mississippi Textile Museum

Saturday, 21 July 2018, 2 to 4pm

$5 per person plus admission to the museum

Master Ventriloquist Tim Holland attempts death defying stunts while arguing with himself. You can try to see if his lips are moving, but you’ll probably miss something funny or amazing. The Zany characters Tim brings to life always steal the show.  Tim has been professionally entertaining for almost two decades. His performing adventures have taken him across Canada as well as internationally to venues in Europe, Asia, and Australia. He’s shared venues with the likes of Splash and Boots, Sharon & Bram, Fred Penner and Martin Short. Get Set for More Laughs than you can Shake a Stick-Puppet at…

The show features ventriloquism, dangerous juggling objects, and a high unicycle. He has performed for the President of Singapore, trained with masters of comedy, and has a rubber-chicken that dances the can-can. More about Tim at his website here: stuntventrilloquist.com

 

Owl at Home: Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre  

Saturday, 28 July 2018, 2 to 4 pm

Whether he’s inviting Winter to sit by the fire or finding strange bumps in his bedroom, Owl is a hoot!

Rag and Bone’s puppets, accompanied by live music, make these delightful stories about soft-hearted Owl irresistible.

Watch as Owl tries to be in two places at once, or thinks of sad things in order to make a for a perfect cup of tea.

The show is best for ages 4-11. More information here.

Cost: $10 per ticket or $32 for four tickets, plus online ticket fee.

 

Rock the Arts performance: Mississippi Textile Museum

Saturday August 25, 2018, 2 pm

Rock The Arts puppets performance will perform at the museum on Saturday August 25, starting at 2 pm to complement Noreen Young’s Puppet Retrospective exhibition, which runs July 14 to September 22. They will perform “Animal Adventure.” More details on the website rockthearts.ca

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