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November 26, 2013

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Sarah K Smith

Kirkland Performance Center has a free family event in December!

Free Poetry Workshop and Tea Party on
Sunday, December 15, 2013 from 10:00 am – 12:00pm

Kirkland Performance Center
Recommended for children 4-10 and their families

A two-hour interactive arts workshop focused on poetry, visual arts, and theatre for children. Artists from theater simple, in character from their play Owl & Pussycat, will teach the workshop; Owl & Pussycat is based on a poem by 19th century English poet Edward Lear, best known for his fantastical poems about imaginary creatures. During the workshop there will be readings of Lear’s poems, drawing activities, poetry writing and the workshop will culminate with children decorating Lovebrellas with all the poetry and drawings they create.

Poems will be written in the air, as well as on paper. (Haiku for everyone!) Teatime will include opportunities to meet the cast and the creating of a LoveBrella to display in the lobby before the Owl & Pussycat performances December 28th and 29th.

Come! Play!
No Registration Necessary.
Questions? Call the KPC Education Department at 425.828.0422 x 241


Event link: http://www.kpcenter.org/performances/interactive-poetry-workshop-and-tea-party-with-theater-simple

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