Auburn’s Kids Summerstage just around the corner

  • Wednesday, July 12, 2017 6:08pm
  • Life

Louie Foxx’s One Man Side Show opens the concert series July 12. COURTESY PHOTO

The Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation Department presents the rockin’ Kids Summerstage lineup,

The Wednesday noon concert series at Les Gove Park, 910 Ninth St. SE, begins July 12 and ends Aug. 16. The six-week series will be held adjacent to the Discovery Playground.

Attendees are encouraged to pack a picnic lunch, swim suits and towels for play at the Rotary Spray Park and spend the afternoon in the park.

July 12 – Louie Foxx’s One Man Side Show

This is more than just a magic show! Louie will provide side splitting comedy, hilarious tricks, eye popping shadow puppets and much more.

July 19 – Reptile Isle

Always a hit with kids, Reptile Isle intrigues and educates his audience and provides a hands-on component at the end of the show.

July 26 – Recess Monkey

A trio of Seattle teachers that will entertain with their irresistibly catchy music. This hour will be jam-packed with sing-able, danceable “kindie” songs that parents enjoy as much as their kids.

Aug. 2 – Eric Herman & The Puppy Dogs

Super cool tunes for kids and families. The ultimate Eric Herman experience. …Eric singing his amazing songs along with his 3-piece live band, rocking out with high energy and non-stop interaction.

Aug, 9 – The Magic of Jeff Evans

You need to see it to believe it. Jeff provides an entertaining, interactive and super fun show that will keep audiences of all ages entertained.

Aug. 16 – Professor Banjo

A unique and versatile performance, who will engage audiences of all ages. Professor Banjo’s shows are interactive, entertaining and loads of fun. His lively songs keep kids bouncing with excitement throughout the show.

ArtRageous hands-on art will be offered each week – free of charge. Participants will get the opportunity to learn various art techniques from professional artists. All craft projects are offered from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sample activities include pipe cleaner bracelets and photo booth-style portraits.

Additional summer event information is listed on the City of Auburn’s official website, auburnwa.gov/events.

For additional event information, please contact the Parks, Arts & Recreation Department at 253-931-3043.

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