Carnival of the Animals Story Hour on Monday, February 15, 2016

Whether your political leanings favor a donkey or an elephant, this spectacle is sure to make you smile. This President’s Day, rustle up your rugrats and take them to Dance Academy of Libertyville.

Carnival of the Animals Story HourIn celebration of the upcoming full-length performance of Carnival of the Animals by Ballet Theatre of Illinois, Dance Academy of Libertyville will host a very special story hour event on Monday, February 15th.  It’s the perfect President’s Day excursion for children ages 3-7 who have off of school that day.

Carnival of the Animals Ballet Theatre of Illinois Dance Academy of Libertyville
Photo courtesy of Ballet Theatre of Illinois

Ballet Theatre of Illinois company members will perform select pieces from Carnival of the Animals to help illustrate this tale for young audiences.  The little ones will enjoy a narrated story while watching this abbreviated performance.

Space is limited for this very special performance. It’s on our list of Top 10 Must-Do Events for February! Be sure to call (847) 247-1327 or email: [email protected] to reserve your space.

Carnival of the Animals Story Hour
Monday February 15th, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Dance Academy of Libertyville
746 E. Park Ave., Libertyville
(847) 247-1327 | Facebook[email protected]
Cost: $2 suggested donation to Ballet Theatre of Illinois

***Editor’s Update 2/11/2016: Story hour on Feb 15 SOLD OUT***
Call to get your tickets for the full-length performance on March 5th and 6th! 


Tickets for the full-length production of Carnival of the Animals on March 5 and March 6, 2016 at the Libertyville High School Auditorium are on sale now!  Call (847) 247-2240 for tickets.

Carnival of the Animals

Disclosure:  Ballet Theatre of Illinois is a company in residence at Dance Academy of Libertyville. Dance Academy of Libertyville is a Little Lake County paid advertising partner. 

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When Loralie isn’t out exploring with her two pint-sized adventurers you’ll often find her in front of her computer plotting to take over the world (or at least Lake County.) She appreciates good friends, good food, expensive shoes and parents who make two lanes in the drop-off/pick-up line at school. Her spirit animal is The Hobbit. She invites you to join her on her quest for unique distractions, diversions and deliciousness in this county we call home. She is the Features Editor and Marketing Director at Little Lake County.

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