Grace & Grins is here to educate, entertain and spread kindness with interactive puppet shows for children ages 3 and up.
Are you a principal or educator looking for a unique way to address relevant life topics with your students?
Maybe you’re a coordinator at a museum or library, searching for educational and heartfelt programs to bring into your space.
Perhaps you work at a daycare center and are looking for engaging and hilarious entertainment for the children you care for.
No matter your role, if you work with children and are looking for fun & unique learning opportunities for them, well... you're in the right place!
Because coordinators & teachers from elementary schools, daycares, pre-schools, Girl Scout troops, and libraries all over the Rochester/Finger Lakes region won’t stop talking about Grace & Grins.
"...It was fantastic. Just the right mix of fun and learning. Hope to have you back!" -Kelly, Mendon Public Library
"Sharon recently did her Healthy Habits show for my Girl Scout troop, and it was wonderful! The girls loved seeing the puppets and were so engaged throughout the show- the interactive style was perfect for them... Sharon was a delight to work with and I would highly recommend Grace and Grins to anyone!" - Megan, Girl Scout Troop Leader
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With 6 original, educational and uplifting puppet shows to choose from, you’re bound to find a program that fits your needs.
Grace & Grins performs at a variety of events and locations. From the ones mentioned above to other community gatherings, these adaptable puppet shows focus on entertaining children ages 3 to 10 years old.
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“Sharon was absolutely fabulous with our students. She was quick in setting up for the show and students were engaged at all times due to her interactive style. Sharon and her puppets interacted with our students letting them ask and answer questions. It was engaging, fun and educational. One of Sharon’s puppets uses a wheelchair so our students got to learn about what is a disability and how a disability does not define who you are. Thank you Sharon.”