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Tucson Puppet Works hosts FREE weekly workshops on Mask and Puppet-Making in preparation for the Parade. Participants are welcome to make a mask, big-head puppet, or human-powered float. No experience is required. Wear clothes that can get dirty. Kids 14 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.
Every Tuesday and Thursday, 6-9pm
Beginning September 22nd, 2009 (Autumnal Equinox)
Puppet Works will be stomping clay during the first week (9/22 & 9/24)
Workshops continue until post-event breakdown on Tuesday, 11/10 and Thursday, 11/12
Sunday Workshops, 1-4pm
Begin October 11th, 2009
Ongoing until Procession Night Nov.8th
Oct. 4 – Paper Globo lanterns
Oct 11 – Paper Pulp and Bread Masks
Oct. 18 – Paper Flowers
Oct. 25 – Sugar Skulls
Splinter Brothers & Sisters Warehouse
901 N. 13th Ave.
West of Main toward the tracks, at the end of 2nd Street.
visit splinterbros.com for a good map.