The Little Theatre of Watertown presents "Bedtime Stories – Holiday Edition." It's a produced read-aloud video series running from December 3 to December 31.

Make some hot cocoa and snuggle up with the kids to watch a holiday-themed bedtime story read by North Country storytellers. Videos will stream on The Little Theatre of Watertown YouTube channel (https://rb.gy/arudev) free of charge, but donations are gratefully appreciated. Follow the link and set your reminder now!

The bedtime books in the series include:

  • December 3: The Day Santa Stopped Believing in Harold by Maureen Fergus
  • December 6. How Santa, Rudolph and Cedric the Camel Saved Christmas by Robyn Galloway
  • December 10. Hanukkah Bear by Eric A. Kimmel
  • December 13. A Charlie Brown Christmas by Charles M. Schulz
  • December 17. How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss
  • December 20. The Littlest Elf by Brandi Dougherty
  • December 24. A Visit From St. Nicholas/The Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore
  • December 27. Li’l Rabbit’s Kwanzaa by Donna L. Washington

During COVID-19, we need to rethink how we celebrate the holidays to keep our families safe and healthy. It's a great time to go back to making your Christmas cards, making reindeer food and Christmas cookies, stringing cranberries and popcorn to decorate the Christmas tree, and reading bedtime stories wrapped up in your favorite blanket.

“Little Theatre of Watertown (LTW) board member Laura Oakes says,

“I was lucky enough to have been read to as a child which really developed my love of reading. When the LTW project committee brainstormed project ideas, producing Bedtime Stories in character seemed like a perfect fit for our organization. I hope that families watch together and see the care put into telling each story.”

Don't forget to leave a tip at the end of the story, as this is a fundraiser. Founded in 1931, The Little Theatre of Watertown is one of the oldest established community theaters in New York State.

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