Sat, Sep 28|
Farmington Public Library
The Milkweed Puppet Theater presents "The Dandelion Girl"
The Dandelion Girl is a charming fairytale, written and performed by The Milkweed Puppet Theater. Told with hand puppets in an old-fashioned puppet theater, this lively and interactive tale is about discovering simple treasures. Free event, with donation proceeds going to the library.
Time & Location
Sep 28, 2019, 10:30 AM
Farmington Public Library, 117 Academy St, Farmington, ME 04938, USA
About The Event
A kindly woodchuck couple who long for a child rejoice when their wish brings a teeny tiny girl named Dandelion. Dandelion is a delight, but when she spills a pitcher of milk, the frightened child runs off into the forest. There she meets a snowshoe hare, a bear picking blackberries, and a dragon who is fiercely guarding his shining jewels. Is Dandelion quick enough to snatch a jewel, or does she have something to trade ? What is it that a dragon living deep in a dark cave has never known ?
Come to the Farmington Library at 10:30 on Saturday, September 28th and find out for yourself !
The Milkweed Puppet Theater is the work of Nancy Tyndall , who is a puppeteer, storyteller, and naturalist. She has performed and taught throughout Maine for over 30 years, winning awards of laughter and hugs from 1000”s of children. Currently she lives with a bobtail cat named Clarabelle in Lincolnville, Maine, where the chickadees give her stories.