March 22, 2014

Sunday Show Benefits B.F. Day Elementary School

Moisture Festival is dedicated to giving back to the generous community we are a part of in Seattle. Each year, we choose several shows in which a portion of ticket sales are donated directly to a community 501(c)3 organization.

We are pleased to announce Sunday, March 23rd, 12:00pm show will benefit B.F. Day Elementary School. Purchase tickets now, enjoy a great show and pat yourself on the back for contributing to a worthy cause. It's a win-win, really.

B.F. Day has a long and proud history of educating children in Seattle. They are the oldest, continually operating school in the city. Their building is a designated historic landmark having undergone state-of-the-art renovations in 1991.

B.F. Day has an outstanding record of parent and community participation in school governance and support. They have an active Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA), which supports the many special programs offered for their students. In 1996, B.F. Day instituted a Parent/Teacher/Student contract signed by all teachers and families attending the school. Parents make a commitment to volunteer a minimum of 15 hours per family to support the school.

Performers that day include:

Leapin' Louie

Leapin' Louie is a master of physical comedy, trick roping, fancy whip cracking, juggling, unicycling; he's a virtuoso of new vaudeville and alternative circus. He is based in Portland, Oregon but travels the world frequently, shows in 29 countries so far. He has been a favorite around this here Moisture Festival. Come on down Sunday and give him a big YEE-HAW.

Bill Robison

For over 25 years, Bill Robison has charmed audiences young and old around the world with his unique and masterful style of physical comedy. Using his rubber-like face, elastic body and limitless energy, he transports audiences to a zany, unpredictable and hilarious world. Join his goofy world this sunday!

Other performers include: Canote Brothers, Dr. Owl, Duo Rose, Godfrey Daniels, Kellin Quinn and Louis Pearl.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to support our local youth.  Get your tickets today. Opening weekend tickets won't last forever.

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