Puppet Pop-Up Studio: Family Finger Puppets

Family Finger Puppets

This Family Day long weekend, celebrate families—families that come in all sizes, shapes, colours, feathers, fur, buttons, and trim—and join WP Puppet Theatre for its next Puppet Pop-Up Studio.

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Puppet Pop-Up Studio: Year of the Dog

Year of the Dog

Make your own dog puppet from paper, cardstock, and plastic bags, and celebrate the upcoming Year of the Dog with WP Puppet Theatre and guest puppeteer, Ali DeRegt. Check out the next Puppet Pop-Up Studio.

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Puppet Pop-Up Studio: Rudolph Rabbit

Rudolph Rabbit

Rudolph Rabbit loves skiing—he’s the original snow bunny. Join WP Puppet Theatre to make a cute little athlete puppet from paper snowflakes or doilies. Don’t miss this monthly puppet making workshop.

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Puppet Pop-Up Studio: Monsters

Monsters

Using only paper and all your paper scraps, here’s your chance to create a monster head mask puppet with colourful card stock. Join WP Puppet Theatre and learn lots of paper shaping techniques.

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Puppet Pop-Up Studio: Canada 150

Canada 150

WP Puppet Theatre has been working hard to create a community video for Canada 150, and you can take part. Make your own spoon puppet at this fun, family-friendly workshop for ages four and up.

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Poster for Puppet Pop-Up Studio: Rabbits

Rabbits

Perfect for Easter weekend, create your own talking rabbit in this monthly puppet making workshop. Join WP Puppet Theatre to make a mouth-moving puppet from sponge foam.

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A puppet made out of a carrot

Veggie Puppets

If you like playing with your food you won’t want to miss the next Puppet Pop-Up Studio! Make a puppet from an array of provided vegetables and act in the group’s tall tale about gardening.

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Poster for Puppet Pop-Up Studio

Year of the Rooster

Celebrate the Year of the Rooster with WP Puppet Theatre and make your own rooster puppet with shaped newspaper, yarn and lots of feathers!

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Break Out

Break Out

Get hands-on with the next Puppet Pop-Up Studio! Create a puppet with a scarf, some balls and elastics, glue on a face and some hair, and then practice working the puppet to bring it to life!

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