IBEX Puppetry Parade – Family Event
March 28 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm$12.00
Ibex Puppetry: Endangered Species Parade
Members/Non-Members $12.00 per person
Fun for the whole family!
The Endangered Species Parades are a way of opening discussion about the environmental troubles of our world without negativity; instead, the parades offer a focus on healing, positivity, and the potential for restoration. Approachable puppets of endangered animals lead the parade. Kites, flags, storytellers, and costumed puppeteers and musicians represent the element, environment, and heartbeat of the planet. Make your own puppet to take home. Please note: At least one adult per family must attend.
About IBEX Puppetry:
IBEX Puppetry is devoted to health and healing for the planet through artistic spectacle, outreach, and devotion to the fine art of puppetry.
Founded in 2000 by Creative Director Heather Henson, daughter of Jim Henson, IBEX Puppetry operates activities in Central Florida, Los Angeles, CA and New York, NY. IBEX Puppetry produces Heather Henson’s original works, including Ajijaak on Turtle Island, Environmental Spectacles, Sing-Alongs, Education Initiatives, Ibex Presents, and Handmade Puppet Dreams. IBEX’s original performances and outreach have been recognized with UNIMA Citations of Excellence as well as awards from festivals and organizations around the world. To learn more, visit their website at https://www.ibexpuppetry.com.