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School’s out on January 15, 2018, so children are invited to the Herndon Community Center for a doggone-fun puppet show!

Bob Brown Puppets will perform Doggy Doodles, a show featuring silly pups performing with their buddy, Samson, the strong man. This puppet show is full of doggie antics sure to delight your little one!

Bob Brown and his late wife Judy, both master puppeteers, have enriched the lives of countless children and families for the past 60-years. Bob Brown Puppets continues to entertain thousands through a variety of shows that bring together art, music, and storytelling.

The puppetry company originated in New York City in 1964 but was relocated to Washington, DC a few short years later to work for the Smithsonian Institution’s performing arts division. The company has many things to be proud of — from performing for Presidents Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford, and Jimmy Carter to being included in Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood as marionette puppeteers nearly 50 times!

Pre-registration is recommended in-person or via Herndon’s online registration system WebTrac by clicking here and using class code 348000-11 or keywords ‘Doggie Doodles.’ This event will be hosted at the Herndon Community Center, located at 814 Ferndale Ave., Herndon, VA 20170.

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