Tickets for the show are required and available FREE at the Children’s Room Desk, starting Monday (April 1st) until they are gone.
I cannot recommend Tanglewood Marionettes enough. If there is a child in your life between the ages of 4 and 10, and you’re looking for something to do during April vacation week — get over to the main branch and pick up tickets, because they go fast!
The program is sponsored by the Friends of WPL. Among other things, the Friends provide museum passes to the public. If you attend the marionette show, or if you use the museum passes, consider joining the Friends so that they can continue to offer these kinds of programs in the future.
(I know what you’re thinking — now that I am on the board of the Friends, I’m contractually obligated to plug them at every opportunity. And you’re right!)
There are also many other events going on at the Worcester Public Library during April vacation week — I’ll put up a post listing them when we get a bit closer!