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Puppet Lady & Friends to perform in Greenville

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - If you're looking for a family outing, the perfect one is coming your way. “The Puppet Lady” is putting on a grand performance at the Reimage Church auditorium Saturday January 25th at 4:00 p.m. Anna “the Puppet Lady”, Mr. Darsen, Ms. Nusha and their puppet friends will be performing. They've been putting on this show every year.

Its fun, interactive, and best of all...the kids will learn a thing or two. “I just love the importance and that we can actually instill in them a love for learning,” Anna said.

If you'd like to purchase tickets to the show, click here. The tickets are $5 dollars before Thursday and $8 at the door.
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