Earlier this month Mumferd made an appearance at Atlanta’s Central Library to discuss pool and water safety with his fans. Ross Williams of Neighbor News wrote about the event. Being safe is so important, and especially for children. We’re thrilled that Mumferd’s tales will reach more people this way.
Mumferd is a little puppet dog with thick brown fur and an abnormally long snout. He made his acting debut 21 years ago in a Kaiser Permanente educational theater production designed to teach kids how to stay safe at home alone.
The theater performs productions for all ages, including adults, on topics ranging from bullying and drug use to stress reduction and grief management.
Mumferd’s job is to tour libraries in metro Atlanta, giving safety advice to children. During the summer, his focus is water safety.
Read more in the full article on Neighbor News.
Mumferd will be making appearances at the following locations in June and July 2016.
Date: Time: Location:
- June 13th 2:00 PM West Cobb Regional Library
- June 15th 10:30 AM Atlanta Kirkwood Library
- June 16th 10:30 AM Buckhead Library
- June 18th 1:30 PM Redan-Trotti Library
- June 20th 2:00 PM Decatur Library
- June 20th 2:00 PM South Cobb Regional Library
- June 22nd 11:00 AM McDonough Public Library
- June 23rd 11:00 AM Crossroads Public Library
- June 24th 11:00 AM Maude P Ragsdale Public Library
- June 27th 2:00 PM Mountain View Library
- June 28th 2:00 PM Gresham Library
- June 29th 11:00 AM Locust Grove Public Library
- July 5th 10:30 AM West End Library
- July 6th 1:00 PM Dekalb Library-Covington Highway Branch
- July 11th 2:00 PM Dallas Public Library
- July 14th 3:00 PM Fairview Public Library
- July 15th 11:00 AM Tucker-Reid H Cofer Branch Library
- July 19th 10:30 AM Martin Luther King, Jr. Branch Library
- July 21st 1:00 PM Hairston Crossing Library
- July 25th 2:00 PM Switzer Library