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906 SE Umatilla St, Portland, OR 97202
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two blocks south of Tacoma Street - which goes over the Sellwood Bridge)
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Hey hey hey, Icicle the Baby Blues Lion reporting from the Portland Puppet Museum. This has been one incredible Summer of mobile shows out in the Portland area Parks - Alberta St-Last Thursday, Bridgeport Shopping Center and the Portland Italian Festival, as we have presented "Icicle"s Rock and Roll Kids Puppet Show", which is my hands-on puppet extravaganza for kids (of ALL ages). Featuring over 100 breathtaking puppets (Large & Small) for kids to choose and operate. Join us as we take our audience on a magical ride to the songs of the 70's and 80's.

This 45 minute show includes: "Lion Sleeps Tonight" - featuring jungle animals,
"Under the Sea" - mermaids, sharks and pirates and assorted fish,
"Hey there Little Red Riding Hood", the big bad wolfee himself and his puppets of Little Red, Granny, the Woodsman and Mom,
Kung Fu Fighting - characters from the hit kids film "Kung Fu Panda" and Chinese feather dragons over 5 feet long, all get on their chei as we practice our moves.
We end it all with a giant Puppet Parade to "Don't Worry be Happy" with the Witches of Oz and the Scarecrow leading the group of kids
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Thank you all for coming out to help support the Portland Puppet Museum and these fine local family events.
We have one amazing outdoor show left before we begin our Fall performances back inside the museum.
Portland Puppet Museum
Northeast Portland Sunday Parkways - Khunamokwst Park
NE Alberta St and 52nd Ave 5200 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97218
Sunday, September 23 from 11 AM – 4 PM
FREE!!! FREE!!!
Icicles Museum and Puppet Show will be there from 1-4 pm, puppet shows start on the half hour: 1:30 to 4:30 pm -Puppet Demonstrations through out the day. Come on down for some fun in the sun as Icicle the Baby Blues Lion from the Portland Puppet Museum presents "Icicle's Rock and Roll Kid's Puppet Show."Take a magical journey into the rock and roll songs of the 60's and 70's. This interactive show features over 100 colorful puppets that the kids and folks get to work with us. Bungle in the Jungle with Lion Sleeps Tonight, Catch a wave in Under the Sea, featuring 4 foot tall mermaids ,6 foot sharks , pirates , fish and crabs. Get on your inner Chei and explore the skies with Chinese Dragons and try your hand in a gentle and fun Kung Fu lessions with the colorful characters of Kung Fu Panda. So come on down and visit for a while and get on your inner puppet. You just never know who you will run into in this exciting event.
https://www.facebook.com/events/234441877232627


In October we resume our indoor Puppet Shows at the Portland Puppet Museum with "Fearless Boy" and "Dracula Revamped" with Dragon Theater Puppets and Princesses, as well as an Adult Night Out with "The Haunted Cabaret". Details are shown below:
It’s October and that means another visit from Dragon Theater Puppets and Princesses who Proudly Present “Fearless Boy”
October 20th & 21st @ 2:00 pm
The fearless boy has never been afraid of anything and wants to find out what all the fuss is about. He goes on a quest and finds a dragon and a haunted castle. He hopes to get scared so that he can find out what fear is. Instead he ends up helping others and saving the day. He finally finds out what fear is when he goes home and learns that the love of his life has fallen sick. She recovers when she is re-united with him and they live happily ever after.Tickets:$8.00 Advance, $10.00 door.
“Dracula Revamped” Oct 27th & 28th @ 2:00 pm
Dracula's wife gets eaten by King Kong and her head gets donated to Dr. Frankenstein. But the new bride created does not want to marry Frankenstein's Monster, instead she runs off. Dracula,The Mummy,The Creature, Frankenstein's Monster,The Wolf Man and others chase after her to try and win her heart.
Silly Scary fun for all.
Tickets:$8.00 Advance, $10.00 door
Dragon Theater Puppets and Princesses’ “Halloween Event”
October 31st 11 am - 2 pm
(Do Halloween & be home in time for naps) Featuring live princesses, a performance of “Dracula Revamped” and lots of silly/scary mayhem to finish off with. Tickets: $15.00 or Two for $25.00
“Haunted Cabaret” (An Adult Night Out) Oct 26 @ 7:30 pm
Who knows who or what might turn up at this one, Some ventriloquists for sure, some puppets doing I don’t know what, coupled with wine tasting from Wandering Duck Winery (which SHOULD make it a lot more fun.)
Tickets: $15.00 or Two for $25.00
Advance Tickets available at:
https://wwwpuppetmuseumstore.contentshelf.com/shop