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September 25, 1997|By Jolan Baucum

'A Little Princess' at Pumpkin Theatre

Treat your little princess or prince to a fun-filled outing at the Pumpkin Theatre this weekend. "A Little Princess," a classic British play set in Victorian England, tells the story of a young girl who faces adversity but shows extraordinary courage and kindness and keeps her faith in the goodness of human nature.

Children are encouraged to come in costume and bring their dolls dressed up as well for a costume parade Sunday and Oct. 4 after performances. Photos will be available for $3.

The performances will take place Saturday and Sunday and Oct. 4-5 at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. The Pumpkin Theatre is at St. Timothy's School, on Greenspring Avenue, 1 mile north of Beltway Exit 22. Tickets are $8 by mail and $9 at the door for the play. Call 410-323-9316 for tickets and information.

Catholic festival comes to town

The Urban Vicariate of the Archdiocese of Baltimore is welcoming all friends and neighbors to a "weekend jam" as they present the Baltimore City Catholic Evangelization Festival, Building the City of God. The activities will take place Saturday at the Pier 6 Concert Pavilion and the Columbus Center parking lot. Tents at this free festival will feature ethnic foods, children's entertainment, crafts, games and a family prayer area. There will also be outdoor activities, such as ethnic dancing and traditional, contemporary and gospel music.

On Sunday, individual churches will hold open houses, offering concerts, children's plays, choir recitals and outdoor activities.

The free festival runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Inner Harbor. Call 410-547-5452 Thursday and Friday or 410-625-3100 Saturday.

Puppetmaster to visit Enoch Pratt Library

Puppet fans will be able to meet and hear Mark Walker, Baltimore collector, author and showman Saturday at Enoch Pratt Free Library's Wheeler Auditorium. Walker will talk about the English puppet show Punch & Judy and its Baltimore connections and give a guided tour of the library's Punch & Judy exhibit. There also will be a special guest appearances by George Horn, one of Maryland's leading Punch & Judy puppeteers.

The presentation takes place 2 p.m. Saturday at the State Library Resource Center/Central Library, 400 Cathedral St. Admission is free.

Pub Date: 9/25/97

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