The Denmark Arts Center will present “The Girl Who Swallowed A Cactus” at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16. Submitted photo

Family Fun Days wrap up with a presentation of Children’s Museum & Theater of Maine’s new show “The Girl Who Swallowed A Cactus” at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16, at the Denmark Arts Center.

Sheila has one whole summer to create the perfect fort, and she has four amazing friends to help her do it. When topping their fantastical junk castle with a magical object, they find themselves transported into the scorched desert, facing a series of dangerous challenges from the Council of Howls, the Sting Brigade, and the Death Cactus itself. Through storytelling and found object puppetry, this play explores the relationship between wild animals and the humans that encroach their lands. How can we share the planet? How can we take on the mission to save the world ourselves?

Denmark Arts Center will now require masks when inside regardless of vaccination status. Unfortunately, concessions will not be offered at this time; we are sorry for the inconvenience.

Family Fun Days are a Pay-What-You-Can this season. Pre-registration is requested.

The Denmark Arts Center is an award-winning 501(c)3 cultural organization founded in 1994 in the rural community of Denmark. Housed in the town’s historic 1883 Odd Fellows Hall, the DAC offers year-round events and workshops in contemporary dance, theater, music and visual art to community members young and old. DAC is at 50 West Main St., Denmark. For more information, visit http://www.denmarkarts.org.


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