Puppet Pandemonium offers holiday fun for entire family

At 6 p.m. Thursday, the Augusta County Library in Fishersville will host a special Trim a Tree Puppet Pandemonium. This free event for all ages will feature puppet shows, refreshments and making holiday ornaments.

augusta-county2editsVolunteers from the library’s Teen Advisory Board help develop and present Puppet Pandemonium on the first Thursday of the month, September through May. For December, the show includes “Santa Loses Something” and “Bear Stays Up for Christmas.”

Children’s Programmer Robin Post says, “Our teen volunteers have fun developing the puppet shows, but at the same time, they are very serious about putting on a good show.”

In addition to the holiday themed puppet show, participants have the opportunity to craft holiday ornaments by recycling everyday items.  These ornaments will be used to trim the library’s Christmas tree.

Puppet Pandemonium is sponsored the The Friends of Augusta County Library, a nonprofit organization which provides volunteers and raises funds to support and expand the library’s services.  To learn more about the program, drop by the Fishersville Library located at 1759 Jefferson Hwy. in Fishersville, visitwww.augustacountylibrary.org, or call 540-885-3961.

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