Friday, December 8th
Friday, December 8th, 6:00-8:30PM
Located at 860 NW Blue Pkwy, Lee’s Summit, MO 64086 (in the corner store space next to Loft Next Door – behind Big Whiskey)
Come out for a FREE, holiday themed version of the Mesner Puppet Theater’s, Comical Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard and help us support Furry Kids’ Refuge in the process! (Check out their wish list for items to donate – donations accepted at the event!)
Kiddos get to sit with Santa Claus during the show and will have the opportunity to take photos with Santa following the event.
(Bring your cameras! Photos opportunities will be available following the show from 7PM-8:30PM just for families who attend the show. No public admittance is available after showtime)
Seating is first come first served.*See note on seating below.
Doors open at 5:45PM | Craft project begins at 6:00PM
Show starts at 6:30PM
(show lasts approx 55 minutes – best for children ages 5 – 12)
DOORS WILL CLOSE AT SHOWTIME
(late arrivals may not be allowed in to avoid disruption of show)
*SEATING: Feel free to bring a pillow and blanket for cozier seating. Kiddos will be seated on the carpet to watch the show.
Parents, please feel free to bring lawn chairs (that’s right, lawn chairs, that’s how we’re rolling) for comfortable seating behind the kiddos on the floor. Chairs will not be provided, this is picnic style seating)
About the show!
Old Mother Hubbard loves her dog and he loves her. In this comic poem, written in 1805, Old Mother Hubbard is always looking out for her best friend and in return he is dancing and spinning and sitting and standing all to the delight of Old Mother Hubbard. In a quaint old cottage the comedy of a dog and his master opens and unfolds to delight and captivates the story of this good old lady and her funny dog.
About Furry Kids Rescue!
Furry Kids is an all-volunteer foster organization and no-kill rescue. What that means is that we strive to know as much about the animals in our care so we can help you find just the right one – and that each is safe in our care until the right forever home is found.
Furry Kid volunteers also support efforts that help to reduce the number of adoptable companion animals that are euthanized by animal shelters, eliminate the homeless animal population in the Midwest region, and promote low-cost spay/neuter clinics.
We strive to educate the public on the proper and compassionate ways to care for their animals, including the necessity of spaying and neutering companion animals to help relieve pet overpopulation. Volunteers find, display and provide educational materials free to the public on pet care, behavior, nutrition, training, heartworm prevention, and human-animal bonding.