Our first present was, in fact, “The Lead Miner’s Daughter,” which additionally was our first present ever once we used to carry out in Benton.
So, right here we’re. This yr, for the primary time in 25 years, we won’t carry out on Labor Day weekend (though I will likely be doing a make-and-take puppet workshop within the park at 1 p.m. Sunday.) We’ve seen a development in smaller audiences on the vacation weekend as households go for a final camp-out and so forth. And we misplaced audiences the final 2 years as Benton modified up its massive celebration to Sunday as a substitute of Monday. So, we’re altering it up, too. We’ll carry out these two weekends in September. Come and see us. Who is aware of? Witch Hazel would possibly make cupcakes.
“The Lead Miner’s Daughter”
11 a.m. & 2 p.m. Sat. Sept. 7
2 p.m. Solar. Sept. 8
11 a.m. & 2 p.m. Sat. Sept. 14
2 p.m. Solar. Sept. 15
With assist from a farmer, a cow and a badger, Adeline tries to avoid wasting her father when an evil goblin imprisons him in a lead mine in outdated Wisconsin.