Valley Cultural Centers
Valley Cultural Center

Free Children’s Performance Series

West Valley Boys and Girls Club
7245 Remmet Ave
Canoga Park, CA 91303


June 18, 2018 | Puppet Theater on Wheels
Performance starts at 10:00 AM

No reservations needed.

Puppet Theater on Wheels brings the magic of world-class puppet shows right to your doorstep. Each year we produce a collection of original children’s plays and teach puppetry through workshops.

Our fairy tales not only provide entertainment for children and adults, but they also teach valuable life lessons and encourage a lifetime of creativity and self-expression. Our mission is to raise a young theatrical audience and instill a love for theater and the arts. Our plays are very interactive and give kids the chance to think and make decisions on their own.
For more information on Puppet Theater on Wheels, visit their website:


July 16, 2018 |Nathalia Palis
Performance starts at 10:00 AM

No reservations needed.


Nathalia’s creative bilingual approach to songwriting has made her a prominent voice in the world of children’s music. Born and raised in Colombia, Nathalia moved to the US to attend the Berklee College of Music and later began her career as a music therapist and early childhood music educator.  Since 2012, she has recorded and released three albums, all of which were co-produced and performed by Grammy award winners. She has been a featured guest on Univision’s Despierta America, CBS’s The Talk, and her music has been played on a number parenting blogs and online radio stations. Nathalia’s South American heritage and passion for bilingual education serve as major influences in the music she creates. From Rock to Cumbia, Jazz to Reggaeton, her songs are written in a number of musical styles and produced with the whole family in mind.


 Since 1997, Children’s Performance Series has placed professional, world-class musicians, dancers, and actors in an intimate educational setting with children, ages five through eleven. Children’s Performance Series consist of a performance, a brief history lesson on the musical and cultural style being presented, and a question and answer session with the performers. Often children are invited on stage to be part of the experience.


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