Burnaby Village Museum
Spring Break Scavenger Hunt - Storybooks

March 16 - March 24, 2013 (12:00 PM - 4:00 PM)

The Hunt

Pick up your scavenger clues and start the hunt! Explore the Village searching for the clues left behind by the storybook characters. When you think you're done, stop in at the General Store to see if you have earned a prize.

Join in the fun at the Real Estate office where the storybook toys are hosting a tea party, make a craft at the Interurban Tram Barn and enjoy a story-telling adventure and take a spin or two on the carousel. All included with admission.

Need a break? The Ice Cream Parlour will be open for light lunches and special treats.

Tickets: $7.30 (with taxes) aged 2+ (includes carousel rides, crafts & entertainment) available at the door. Members free.


Storytelling Show times are 1, 2 & 3pm in Brookfield Hall


Sa, March 16 Ta Daa Lady
Su, March 17 Dixie Star Storytelling
Mo, March 18 Dixie Star Storytelling
Tu, March 19 Queen Storytime Show
We, March 20 Queen Storytime Show
Th, March 21 Stories on Wheels
Fr, March 22 Queen Storytime Show
Sa, March 23 Ta Daa Lady
Su, March 24 Stories on Wheels

The Storytellers

Angela Brown is "The Ta Daa Lady" specializing in children's entertainment and arts education based inVancouver Canada. She has a variety of interactive stage showsfor family audiences, which includes songs from her CD Ta Daa Lady & her Puppets, tap dancing, clown and mime.

Stories on Wheels is a unique street theatre storytelling act inspired by the traditional Japanese travelling show called Kamishibai (literally paper theatre). The tales are brought to life by a comic narrator, using illustrated picture cards displayed in a miniature wooden stage attached to the back of a vintage bicycle.

The Queen Storytime Show with Amie Wolf is hilarious, interactive story theater for young adults. Audience members dress up in costumes and play story characters as everyone helps bring the tale to life by making sound effects and singing.

Dixie Star Storytelling fires the imagination of children and grown-ups alike with its innovative and interactive shows. The company evokes a fantastical world through words, music, movement, and playful props, and knows how to get the audience involved in creating the magic.

For full details visit: www.burnabyvillagemuseum.ca