News Release: 7/3/2020
A cherished annual tradition in Arlington, The Fox Festival & Parade, has been reimagined as an expansive and welcoming, virtual family event this year that encourages creativity, appreciation for local wildlife, and safe social distancing.
This year, we celebrate with an at-home puppet show extravaganza for kids and adults to do together: The Epic Adventures of Fox and Owl. We invite people of all ages to participate by taking our two protagonists – Fox and Owl – on an exciting adventure. All you need is your imagination to invent a truly fabulous adventure that can come to life in your living room or backyard, or in a world of your creation.
A range of activities are available for both families with young children and for creative older kids working independently: Learn about wildlife from local specialists, create colorful window displays, make puppets of our featured characters, and make a movie with your puppets to share in our online festival!
To support your work, Fox & Robbins Libraries, The Arlington Commission for Arts & Culture (ArtsArlington.org), and the Arlington Center for the Arts are presenting Zoom workshops with artists Kari Percival and Sara Peattie to meet and guide families who would like to participate and make something together!
• Arlington Center for the Arts - July 9 - 4-5:30PM – Make a short scene for a collaborative group movie with others!
FREE online event, BUT RSVP REQUIRED control capacity and avoid Zoom bombing.
Learn more about the 2020 Fox and Owl Project here