Fay School is kicking off a new season of their free “Saturdays at Fay” series this month. And they’re starting off with pirate themed fun.
The series offers fun programs designed for young children along with their parents. Events are open to the public, but pre-registration is required.
On Saturday, November 18, at 10:00 am, the school is hosting a performance by magician Awesome Robb, transformed that day into a pirate captain:
Join Captain Robbie Bones and his treasure chest full of magic tricks and juggling apparatus. This show will have you laughing all the way to Davey Jones Locker!
The event takes place at Fay School’s Primary School. Parking is available throught the East Entrance at 23 Middle Road. (Click here for a campus map.)
Registration is open, but space may be limited. To sign up, click here.
The Saturdays at Fay series will take place monthly (except in December and January*) through April.
It’s too soon to sign up for other upcoming shows. But you may want to mark your calendars. Each takes place from 10:00 – 11:00 am on a Saturday:
February 3 – Mike the Bubble Man
Mike the Bubble Man combines science and mag in his show all about bubbles! Through music, choreography, and comedy bubbles come alive, sparking imagination and wonder.
Registration opens Thursday, January 18
March 10 – Sparky’s Puppets
Sparky’s Puppets will perform their “Old Favorites” puppet show that features the stories of Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Little Pigs, Little Red Hen, The Three Billy Goats Gruff, and Gingerbread Man.
Registration opens Thursday, February 22
April 21 – Big Joe the Storyteller
Join Big Joe the Storyteller for a show filled with tales from around the world that are all about spring. Meet a boy who plants flowers, a boisterous bear, a tricky turtle, a silly sheep, and a buzzing bee. The stories will be warm and wonderful like the season itself and sure to make you smile!
Registration opens Thursday, April 5
*Updated (1/16/18 10:45 am): The post originally included a January 20th event with Mr. Bill’s Music and Movement. That was since changed to be a private event for current Fay students and their families.