Oh, Ananse!

February 4th – February 26th
Inspired by West African Lore.... When Ananse wants to earn the right to tell stories to his people, the sky god Nyame gives him three daunting tasks. "Kwaku Ananse, the spider man, he loved to talk, he loved to hear and tell stories. And he wanted to own all the stories in the world, so he could share them with all of you, his friends."

Come early to check out our puppetry museum and stay late to participate in a puppet making workshop. All Saturdays in February, PuppetART presents our American Folk-Blues Festival programming starting at 5pm.

2/4, 2/11, 2/19, 2/25 and 2/26 at 2pm
2/16 at 10am
Additional dates and times available for field trips and private performances.
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Add to Calendar 02 04 2017 02 26 2017 America/Detroit Oh, Ananse! Inspired by West African Lore.... When Ananse wants to earn the right to tell stories to his people, the sky god Nyame gives him three daunting tasks. "Kwaku Ananse, the spider man, he loved to talk, he loved to hear and tell stories. And he wanted to own all the stories in the world, so he could share them with all of you, his friends."

Come early to check out our puppetry museum and stay late to participate in a puppet making workshop. All Saturdays in February, PuppetART presents our American Folk-Blues Festival programming starting at 5pm.

2/4, 2/11, 2/19, 2/25 and 2/26 at 2pm
2/16 at 10am
Additional dates and times available for field trips and private performances.
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