Pied Piper Family Event Series


November 12, 2016                                   Swing3PO

December 10, 2016                                       Isaac the Reptile Man

February 11, 2017                                   AlakaSam

March 11, 2017                                               Roberto the Magnificent

All shows are 10:30am-11:30am. Just $3 per person. 

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November 12 - Seattle’s Swing3PO plays dance music rooted in the Swing tradition. Vocal harmonies, scat stylings and playful call and response singing will be heard at any show along with a few jokes between songs.

December 10 - The Reptile Man One of the all-time favorite Pied Piper performers is back! The Reptile Man Isaac Peterson, will be at the Clubhouse with all sorts of cool, creepy, crawly reptiles.

February 11 - AlakaSam started studying and practicing magic when he was only 10 years old and has now been performing comedy magic and twisting balloon sculptures for over 40 years!  He incorporates lots of audience participation to help accomplish his magic!

March 11 – When Roberto the Magnificent explodes onto the stage be ready for an action-packed performance. filled with comedic chatter, breathtaking visual stunts and lots of audience participation! Audiences love his wild comical antics, high-energy pace and amazing stunts.

MBCC's Pied Piper hosts family events at the Clubhouse one Saturday morning a month from November – March (excluding January). We feature a variety of entertainment for kids including magicians, puppeteers, clowns, musicians and, the one and only, Reptile Man. This popular event series has been run entirely by volunteers since the 1980's. Let us know if you'd like to get involved.

Thank you to our event Sponsor:

 
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MBCC's Pied Piper hosts family events at the Clubhouse one Saturday morning a month from October-April. We feature a variety of entertainment for kids including magicians, puppeteers, clowns, musicians and, the one and only, Reptile Man. This popular event series has been run entirely by volunteers since the 1980's. Let us know if you'd like to get involved.