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"Once Upon a Turnip" from Tinderbox Theatre

This weekend marks the workshop production of Tinderbox Theatre's "Once Upon a Turnip", a collection of four folk tales set in a garden and involving turnips, suitable for kids between 3 and 9 years old.

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The show includes storytelling, mask, puppetry and interactive elements (kids like nothing so much as shouting at puppets). Stories include a retelling of Stone Soup, a rabbit and hedgehog race, two brother's learning about generosity, and a singalong.

The performance takes place Saturday, September 10th, at 2:00 pm
at Runnymede Presbyterian Church, 680 Annette St., just east of Jane St.
Tickets are only 2$ and refreshments will be provided!
for additional info, email Tinderbox.


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