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Entertainment on strings come to library

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The puppets are coming! Coyote Puppet Theater will present “The Reading Olympics” a “Join the Winner’s Circle — READ!” puppet show at 1 p.m. Aug. 8 at the Lake Tahoe branch of the Douglas County Library in Zephyr Cove Park.

“The Reading Olympics” is an original puppet show created by Chris Bayer, who has performed at the Brewery Arts Center in Carson City and around the state. The puppet show stars three cast members and two puppets. Coyotes Chet and Susan show Ted Toga how fun it is to read with the help of Jumping Jill and ABC Anne. The show includes audience interaction with songs and a little “light” humor. Come early and learn the show songs, “Join the Reading Olympics,” “How Do You Spell,” “I Like the Popcorn” and “All My Stuffed Animals.” Participants may bring their favorite stuffed animals to the show.

The special program is sponsored by the Tahoe Douglas Library League. For more information call the library at (775) 588-6411.


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