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The Short Tree And The Bird That Could Not Sing

Amber Hemmerle
2 p.m., Saturday April 19 | Free.

 Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Off-The-Hill Productions performs a wacky and charming story of an unlikely friendship. Together two pals build a friendship around the joys of music, storytelling, the weather and the stars. Performance held in the Arts Center at Dunham and recommended for children ages 5 and up.



Where: Dunham Recreation Center
Phone: 513-471-9844
Address: 1945 Dunham Way
Website: www.cincyrec.org/search/facility.aspx?id=44

Dunham Recreation Center

1945 Dunham Way
Price Hill, Ohio
45238
 
Provides programs for people of all ages. Home to Sunset Players, community theatre featuring popular plays focused on comedy, (www.sunsetplayers.org).
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