NYC Children’s Theater: Soon by Timothy Knapman

The New York Public Library — Richmondtown Library
200 Clarke Avenue 10306

This event will take place in person at the Richmondtown Library. Join us at Richmondtown Library for a fun filled, interactive performance by NYC Children's Theater, whose mission is to promote children's literacy and social development through their professional theater productions. This event is for ages 0-5. Follow the special journey of a small elephant named Raju and his mother through shifting terrain and various animal encounters! This interactive storytelling session inspired by the story Soon, by Timothy Knapman and illustrated by Patrick Benson, will have theater activities for young families to enjoy! No materials needed. Just your imagination! With Yvonne Roen of New York City Children’s Theater Registration online is required to participate in this program. Adults should use their email when registering. Caregivers must be present with child throughout the entire duration of the program.

12
2021
Aug

11:00 - 11:45am
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08/12/2021 11:00 08/12/2021 11:45am America/New_York NYC Children’s Theater: Soon by Timothy Knapman This event will take place in person at the Richmondtown Library. Join us at Richmondtown Library for a fun filled, interactive performance by NYC Children's Theater, whose mission is to promote children's literacy and social development through their professional theater productions. This event is for ages 0-5. Follow the special journey of a small elephant named Raju and his mother through shifting terrain and various animal encounters! This interactive storytelling session inspired by the story Soon, by Timothy Knapman and illustrated by Patrick Benson, will have theater activities for young families to enjoy! No materials needed. Just your imagination! With Yvonne Roen of New York City Children’s Theater Registration online is required to participate in this program. Adults should use their email when registering. Caregivers must be present with child throughout the entire duration of the program. 200 Clarke Avenue 10306 The New York Public Library false