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Tim Noah helps rock Kidstock in Edmonds

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  • Singer and songwriter Tim Noah will perform Feb. 8 for Kidstock in Edmonds.

    Singer and songwriter Tim Noah will perform Feb. 8 for Kidstock in Edmonds.

It's Kidstock!
Edmonds Center for the Arts hosts its free, annual family event that features musical and theater performances, arts education workshops and lots of activities for children.
The fun starts at 9:30 a.m. Feb. 8 and continues until about 2:30 in the afternoon at the center, 410 Fourth Ave. N., Edmonds. The event is sponsored by the Edmonds Arts Commission, the Edmonds Rotary Club and others.
Here's a list of some of what's happening:
Emmy award-winning children's entertainer Tim Noah, along with the "kindie" rockers The Not-Its and Guinness world Record-holding juggler Alex Zerbe are scheduled to perform on the mainstage.
On the second floor of the center, Book-It Repertory Theatre offers "The Phantom Tollbooth," followed by a workshop called "Themes in Motion" in which kids get use their voices, bodies and imaginations.
Thistle Theatre brings an interactive puppet play for younger children. Seattle Shakespeare Co. plans a costume photo booth.
Also scheduled are bouncy house and hula hoop playtimes, face painting and a design station where kids can make help create the official button for Kidstock 2015.
Make a family reservation and print your confirmation at home by going to www.ec4arts.org or call 425-275-9595.

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