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    Cultural Inclusion

    ASL Interpreted Puppet Show at Boston Children’s Museum

    Saturday, June 8 2013, 3:30pm

    Posted Monday June 03 2013 at 10:28 pm.
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    Raccoon Tales Puppets

    Boston Children's Museum presents "Raccoon Tales" by Puppet Showplace Theatre and their Artist in Residence: Brad Shur.

    The animals in the forest are always getting into trouble playing tricks on each other.  Will they learn their lessons?  "Raccoon Tales" features three humorous stories inspired by the Native American just-so-stories of the Seneca tribe: How the Fox and the Raccoon Trick Each Other; Why the Blue Jay is Blue and the Gray Wolf Isn't; and Why the Bear has a Stumpy Tail.

    Recommended for ages 5+
    June 8 2013, 3:30pm
    Free with Museum admission.

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