Sunday Family Fun Days

Costumes and Puppets

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Performances at 11 AM and 1 PM

Wear your favorite costume and enjoy live performances of MicheLee Puppets’ bully prevention show “A Good Day for Pancake.”  Plus, enjoy videos and activities that are fun for the whole family!

 641 Maitland Ave. S Maitland, Florida 32751

Reservations are recommended

Reserve Tickets

A $5 donation per family is requested. Not required for entry

Questions? Contact jamie@micheleepuppets.org

EVENTS INCLUDE:

“A GOOD DAY FOR PANCAKE” by MicheLee Puppet (Ages 4-7)

Performances at 11am and 1pm

Follow Pancake Pig’s journey from witness to Upstander! When a friend is bullied at school, Pancake wants to help, but doesn’t know how.  Join Pancake and his friends as they learn the difference between tattling and reporting, how to stand up to a bully, and that together they are stronger. Featuring cuddly puppet characters and engaging music, audiences laugh and sing along with Pancake and his friends as they learn a valuable lesson in bully prevention.

Meet and Greet with the cast of “Bird Call”.

This diverse flock of birds take a
break from running W.I.N.G. radio to hand out treats!

Make a Hand Puppet!

Design your own hand puppet!

Make a puppet based on the characters from “A Good Day for Pancake”

or of your own original creation!

 

Reservations are recommended

Reserve Tickets

A $5 donation per family is requested. Not required for entry

Questions? Contact jamie@micheleepuppets.org

 

 

 

 

 


 

MicheLee Puppets is Florida’s leader in educational puppetry and focuses on important issues such as early childhood education, health and wellness and STEAM. Each Sunday Family Fun Day will have a different theme that reflects these topics and more.


 

MicheLee Puppets and Venue on the Lake are partnering up once again for a year’s worth of Sunday Family Fun Days in 2017. Sunday Family Fun Days will take place on the last Sunday of selected months at Venue on the Lake in Maitland, and will feature special guests, themed events, and puppet performances.

“Public performances provide the opportunity to empower the whole family. Students see MicheLee Puppets performances in school and can discuss bully prevention strategies with their friends, or practice rhyming for reading readiness in their classrooms, but we want our messages to reach further. By partnering with Venue on the Lake-Maitland Civic Center, multiple generations can attend a show together, which opens up a dialogue about these important topics, extending beyond the school environment,” said Tracey Conner, Executive Director of MicheLee Puppets.