The good folks at Tucson Puppet Works put on a very cool program of puppet shows and music at Splinter Brothers and Sisters Warehouse last Saturday night to help raise funds for their All Souls Mask and Puppet-Making workshops. This is the final year of monies from their Westside Coalition Weed and Seed grant that’s funded the workshops for some time now and enabled them to provide materials to the community free-of-charge for making so many amazing projects that we’ve seen in Procession for years.
Happily, Puppet Works want to start doing regular shows again there at the Splinter Warehouse (possibly monthly!), the proceeds from which will help in part to pay for future All Souls Mask and Puppet-Making workshops. So keep an eye out for announcements, come out and attend these family-friendly shows, support Tucson Puppet Works and your All Souls community workshops!