Virginia Repertory Theatre
Santa’s Christmas Miracle
Saturday, December 10, 2016
A holiday treat for young audiences, this charming musical comedy is set in Broken-Bone, Montana on December 24, 1883, where the sheriff has outlawed Christmas! It is up to a mysterious stranger and a bungling bandit named Big Bad Bart to unravel the plot and bring the true meaning of the season back into focus. This delightful story emphasizes love and the holiday spirit to the accompaniment of foot-stompin’ country and western music.
Tickets: Adults – $6.00, Children (12 and under) – $4.00
Second Grade Performance
Sidney High School Auditorium
This American folk hero is famous for planting apple trees all over the Midwest. But many of his stories are larger than life. Legend has it he wore a tin pan as a hat and walked hundreds of miles in bare feet – even in snow! He could move through forests without making a sound, he saved settlers from raids, fought in the battle of Tippecanoe, knew the great Indian Chief Tecumseh – and even knew Abraham Lincoln. But what is real and what is fiction? Columbus Children’s Theatre brings to life Johnny Appleseed in many of his legendary adventures. After each one, your students get to vote on whether it was a myth or the truth, and learn the answer. An engaging, funny, and educational journey through the life of Johnny Appleseed.
Free to all Shelby County Second Grade Students