The Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta is offering a new museum pass for any participating public library in Georgia this year.
Thanks to a new partnership between the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta and Georgia's public libraries, state residents with valid library cards can receive the center's new Passport to Puppetry at any participating public library.
Passport to Puppetry is valid for up to four free museum admissions, a potential savings of up to $33 per family. Parties with children must include at least one adult.
Additionally, the passport also entitles library patrons to attend a performance at the Center and/or participate in a Create-a-Puppet Workshop at a 25 percent discount, when space is available.
The Center for Puppetry Arts provides education through more than 350 puppets from around the world, highlighting the fact that every civilization has its own unique form of puppetry tradition.
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