Utah Shakespeare Festival
Festival Child Care Seeks Items
Theaters are always looking for props, but the items the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City is seeking won't appear on one of its stages—except in the theater of a child's mind.
The Festival offers its patrons child care, a service instituted by Founder Fred C. Adams in the early years of the Festival. The fully licensed, professional child care center is popular and is looking for donations of a few items to make the experience even better for the little ones who are too young to attend the plays.
In particular, Festival Child Care could use the following:
- Reclining umbrella-type strollers;
- Craft supplies, including jewels, glue, glue sticks;
- Outdoor play equipment, including balls, wagons, tricycles, basketballs, child basketball hoops or other toys;
- Bedding, including pillows, baby blankets, television pillows;
- Sandbox toys of any kind;
- DVDs of children's movies and cartoons for ages 3 to 12.
If you have any of these items that are in good condition, you can drop them off at the Festival's administrative offices or at Festival Child Care.
June 26, 2014
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