Monthly Archives: May 2019
Join us as the Pacific NW Regional Director and PoPS President co-host a summer grilling event. The Seattle Children’s Theatre has graciously donated the use of their terrace so the guild may gather, socialize, and EAT. Following a reception, Annett Mateo will host a tour of her puppet workshop:
“After building for SCT for sixteen seasons there are a lot of puppets hanging around the theatre, I’ll take you on a tour of all the backstage areas and we’ll take an up-close look at many of the puppets there.”
Food and beverage will be provided and you are encouraged to bring a potluck dish of your own to add to the table.
6pm – Doors and Reception
7pm – Puppet tour
8pm – Grilling and Mingle
9:45pm – Event closes down
RSVP with Dustin (email@example.com) or Jean (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 28th so we have an accurate count for food.
Guild members – Free!
Children under 15 – Free!
Adults (15+) who are not members – $5
Please feel free to invite family or a date.
This event is Rain or Shine (indoor area reserved for inclement weather).
How to enter SCT:
Please use the door closest to the Pacific Science center, it faces the Mural Amphitheatre. There is a large bronze whale tail sculpture in a little garden right by it. We will be manning that door until 6:30pm. You can text/call Dustin at 206.419.0823 if you arrive outside of that window to be let in.
We look forward to seeing you there and want to thank you for your support of the guild.
**This event sponsored by Trivia Puppet Company**
For anyone interested in attending the 2019 National Puppetry Festival we have to grants to offer!
The first is being offered by Puppeteers of Puget Sound. Due May 6th, the scholarship of $250 is designed to assist the recipient in covering registration or housing for the festival and will be paid directly to the festival registrar. We have arranged to keep the registration fee for the recipient at the “early bird” level. In addition, a guild member has offered Alaska Airlines miles to cover a one-way coach seat between Seattle or Portland and Minneapolis on July 14, 15 or 16, 2019. The balance of the registration and housing fees, travel, meals, parking, workshop materials fees, and any other costs are the responsibility of the recipient.
The Second is being offered by the local Norwest Regional Board. Due May 6th, the scholarship of $400 is designed to cover most of the basic festival registration fee and will be paid directly to the festival registrar. We have arranged to keep the registration fee at the “early bird” level. The balance of the registration fee, housing, meals, travel, parking, workshop materials fees, and any other costs are the responsibility of the recipient.