NMMA Presents Cuerpo Sano Series

Lawndale News Chicago's Bilingual Newspaper - Education

The National Museum of Mexican Art will present a new health series, titled Cuerpo Sano this summer that’s fun for all families. Considering the great need to improve the level of health, nutrition and hygiene of Latino children, this puppet play provides important lessons in a very accessible way, featuring engaging puppets, and a number of catchy songs with Latin rhythms. Children sing along with Dr. Dominguez and Maestra Patricia as they are joined by Dr. Dentista, Don Jabon, the Three Temptations, and the Sick Stomach. The play ends with a danceable corrido emphasizing the importance of eating healthy food. This play is being presented at the National Museum of Mexican Art as part of their Sor Juana Festival 2018. It will be presented on June 10th, 17th, and 24th with free admission for the children and their families.

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