Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Returns to Atlanta’s Center For Puppetry Arts

Now that Halloween is over, I’m starting to get into the spirit of Christmas. It’s hard to even think about Thanksgiving when “the most wonderful time of the year” is fast-approaching. Never before have I been so excited about the upcoming Christmas holiday so early, and there’s good reason.

I am pleased to announce that Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has returned to Atlanta’s own Center for Puppetry Arts! The classic Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer movie from 1964 has always been one of my very favorite holiday films, and I am more than excited to visit the Center for Puppetry Arts for this presentation.

I’m planning to take my daughter to see Rudolph sometime next week, and I must say that the thing that excites me even more than watching the performance is taking home the exclusive Rudolph puppet with a light-up nose. It is available for $24.95 at the museum store. Not only would these darling puppets make a great gift, but would be so much fun to snuggle and play with as the Christmas season progresses.

Would you like to see Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer at the Center for Puppetry Arts with your family? You can receive 25% off tickets to weekday performances during the first two weeks. To make a reservation (and receive your discount!) call 404-873-3391 and use the code MBLOG. That’s it. Pretty simple, right?

Here’s the fine print on this fabulous deal:

“This offer is available for the following performances: Nov 3 – 4 and Nov 8 – 11, Tues – Fri @ 10am & 11:30am. Limit 4. Subject to availability. Not valid for previously booked tickets, group ticket sales, or with any other discount. Offer available to non-members only. Members always receive 45% off ticket prices! For information on becoming a member, click here.”

Do you have a favorite holiday movie?

Thanks to Clay Walker for the great pics!



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