SLIDESHOW: Pitter Patter Puppets performs puppetry at the Wareham Free Library

By Rishi Sidhu | Apr 06, 2012
Photo by: Rishi Sidhu Emma Lincoln gets some competition as she tries to feed "Frisky" the dog during Pitter Patter Puppets Good Friday performance at the Wareham Free Library on April 6.

The festive spirit was in the air at the Wareham Free Library on Good Friday, April 6, for a free and fun puppetry performance from Pitter Patter Puppets of Centerville.

Pictures of Mary Wilson, the act behind Pitter Patter Puppets, and gleeful children and parents who enjoyed the show are available in the slideshow below.

Click on "captions" below the slideshow to read descriptions of the pictures.

Pictures are from the first show which started at 10:00 a.m. and was geared to children under 6. The second show, which started at 11:15, was geared for children 6 to 11.

The performance was sponsored by Little People's College and children were both from Wareham chapter and Wareham in general.

The show was made possible by a grant to Little People's College from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care and children verbally interacted with the puppets as part of literacy promotion.

The Wareham Chapter of Little People's College is located near the old Tremont Nail Factory on Elm Street.


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