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Children's Puppet Castle | Early READ

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Queenstown Public Library - Level 1Programme Zone

53 Margaret Drive

Singapore, 149297

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Join us for a puppet show performed by Puppet Master Christopher Chow. He will be performing 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf' and 'Doctor Tortoise'.

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Join us for a puppet show performed by Puppet Master Christopher Chow. He will be performing two stories, The Boy Who Cried Wolf and Doctor Tortoise. Learn more about the traditional art of puppet-making and performance techniques through this exciting performance.

Registration is required for this programme.

Please note the following:

  • • All participants including adults to register for a ticket. Each ticket admits 1 person only. Parents to register separate tickets for themselves and their children.
  • • Children must be accompanied by an adult during Storytime for 4-6years old.1 adult can accompany up to 3 children.
  • • Children must be seated as designated spots with their parents/caregivers at all times.
  • • Arrive 10mins before the session commences. Seats of late attendees will be given to waitlist.
  • • Children below the age of 6 are strongly encouraged to wear masks and/or faceshields
  • • NLB reserves the right to refuse entry to participants who do not abide by the ground rules

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Queenstown Public Library - Level 1Programme Zone

53 Margaret Drive

Singapore, 149297

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