Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Great Halloween Lantern Parade Wants YOU!
from Nana Projects:
"There are only 17 days until the TENTH annual Great Halloween Lantern Parade!
Since we are celebrating our tenth birthday we are hoping to light up the night as bright as it's ever been and we hope you'll help us do it! This year we've got a galaxy of stars, a flock of beautiful Poe-inspired bird puppets with beating hearts, and an ever-expanding wardrobe of stilt walking costumes. There’s also still plenty of time to build your own lanterns and come down to the studio to collaborate on the larger floats and puppets. Please check out the many volunteer opportunities listed below . . .
Here is what you can do
Sign up to carry something!
Recruit your family, friends or co-workers to be a group.
If you were a lanterneer, puppeteer or stilter last year we need you again - you did it with so much style how could we ever replace you?
Come help us finish making things!
Volunteer build days are:
Wednesday, October 14th from 6 - 9 pm at the Highlandtown Parade Studio
Sunday, October 17th from 10 - 3 at the Highlandtown Parade Studio
Sign up to be a Parade Marshall!
Every year we need these key folks to make sure the parade moves smoothly and safely. YOU GET TO WEAR A COOL PAGODA HAT!
Marshal Trainings (only one is mandatory) are:
Wednesday, October 14th from 6-8 pm at the Highlandtown Studio
Sunday, October 17th from 10 am – 12 pm at the Highlandtown Studio
Make a Lantern!
Lantern Making Workshops for Kids & Adults!
Sundays Oct 11, 18
Seatings 10am, 12:30 & 3pm. Kids must be accompanied by adult.
Highlandtown Parade Studio
Neighborhood Lantern Making
Tue Oct 13 3-6 pm.
Sat Oct 17 11 am-2 pm.
Kids & all welcome. Patterson Park Public Charter School, 27 N. Lakewood Ave.
A Groovy Not-for-Kids Halloween Parade Workshop
Sat Oct 10 2 seatings at 7:30 & 9:30pm.
$20, $18 Creative Alliance mbrs incl. lantern kit and 1st drink. Advance Tickets Suggested (it sells out!)
For more information about any of our workshops:
To Volunteer or for any questions please contact Annie Howe at:
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 4:53 PM