Sunday, February 22, 2009

Field Trip!!

My preschool class will be going on a field trip this week to see the Velveteen Rabbit. The children are so excited. This will be the first time for most of them to go and see a play in real person!! The TV is of course what most of them are used to seeing. This will hopefully be a nice memory of their year in preschool. They of course are excited about riding the school bus too!! I have included information about it at the bottom.
I am wondering if my friend, Tim and his children (Winton, Dawns better half) are in this play. Last year we went and watched the play Babe the Sheep Pig and they were in it and Tim just about scared me to death during a part in the play!! I was sitting at the front and he saw me so he took advantage of the situation!! LOL!!
Tim and I were childhood friends. My grandparents and his grandparents were card playing buddies! So I tagged along or he did and we had a good time playing together.
Everyone have a nice week!
February 27 at 7:30PM & February 28 at 2:00PM
“When a child loves you for a long, long time,
not just to play with, but REALLY loves you,
then you become real”

The Velveteen Rabbit or How Toys Become Real is a classic children’s story written by Margery Williams that tells the tale of a boy who receives a Velveteen Rabbit for Christmas. The Velveteen Rabbit is snubbed by other more expensive or mechanical toys; the latter of which fancy themselves real. One day while talking with the Skin Horse, the Rabbit learns that real is not how you are made, rather a toy becomes real if its owner really and truly loves it. Join us in the nursery with a boy and his velveteen rabbit as he learns what it means to love and be loved.

Directed and produced by Tara Deason, this production features Gage Davidson and Bryson Bell as Alex and Alexi Davis and Samantha Dean as Velveteen. The cast also includes Christina Davidson, Mason Leonard, Erin Rowland, Lake Summar, Kaleena Devar, Mellisa Chisum, Erin Brown, Ashley Chapman, Cady Field, Faith Medonis, Emma Self, Jennifer Dennison, Brad McCrary, Megan Beckman, Abby Spry, Sara Dean, Anna Levi Chavis, Zoe Chavis and Holland Martin. The Velveteen Rabbit is first production of the 2009 Young At Arts Series and is sponsored by Wild About Smiles Pediatric Dentistry. Ticket prices are $5 for adults and $3 for students.

1 comment:

Saylorsmom said...

Happy Birthday Susan!!!! You are just as beautiful today as you were when you were our cheer coach. Plus your only 29, right? I love you and hope you have a wonderful day.