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14TH STREET Y presents Time Keepers: Story of the Loon on December 12-13, 2015 in New York

14TH STREET Y presents Time Keepers: Story of the Loon on December 12-13, 2015

The Theater at the 14th Street Y presents Time Keepers, an original production written by Rachel Sherk with an original musical score by Aaron Rourk on December 12th and 13th, 2015 at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. This imaginative tale is about magical creatures that live in the stars and build the first clock, creating time. The story is told through puppets and live music and features magic winds, silver dewdrops, talking animals, a loon, and a moon.

Tickets: $10.00 for children under 18, $15.00 for adults, and $30 Family Tickets (up to 5 family members) are available at or by calling 646-395-4310.

This story begins before the birth of time when the Earth existed in two the Land Under the Sun and the Land Under the Moon. Follow a Loon as she journeys between these lands. See her befriend a group of magical creatures called the Time Keepers, who are friendly creatures living inside of clocks and keeping track of time, wishes, and dreams. Come enjoy this play for children (and grown-ups!) filled with puppetry, stories, and songs. Join us as we explore the magical world of the TIME KEEPERS!

Also on December 12th, 2015, the 14th Street Y through Downtown Jewish Life presents PAUSE/PLAY, an innovative Saturday afternoon of Shabbat programming. Come for TIMEKEEPERS and stay for the rest of the afternoon.

PAUSE/PLAY includes recreational activities for adults and children at an event designed for our diverse Downtown Community at 344 East 14th Street. Admission is included with the purchase of a Time Keepers ticket:

About The 14th Street Y

The 14th Street Y serves over 20,000 people annually with a variety of community programs. The 14th Street Y is proud to be a part of Educational Alliance, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a 126-year history of serving New Yorkers downtown.

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