?"There are two ways to be real," the Skin Horse says. "The first is when you are real to one special child, and the second is when you are real to the world." More than anything he wants to be a real rabbit—real to the world. One night the Toy Fairy offers him his chance, but he must leave with her immediately. The boy, who is ill with scarlet fever, will die without him. Will the Velveteen Rabbit go with the Toy Fairy, or will his love for the boy cause him to turn his back on the thing he wants most? If he stays, what will happen to him? Margery Williams' beloved tale is faithfully told for the stage. The Velveteen Rabbit provides all audiences with comedy, pathos, adventure and a final triumph for the hero, who learns that love makes all things real.
Come on out and try our most popular program here at Parent Link. Stay and Play is unstructured playtime in our centre. It is a great way to meet new families, and socialize your kids. Not to mention we have tons of fun toys!
If you'd like to enjoy an hour of free swimming at the Recreation Centre please call us at 780-865-6069 to register.
Come Celebrate National Indigenous History Month with the Hinton Friendship Centre. Cultural Bannock Tacos will be served.
Cash donations to support the program are gratefully accepted.
One of the Youth Centre's most popular days, Slime Day. Come show us your slime making skills and your creative talent.