It's "Peep" show fun for the whole family starting Saturday in Stevens Point at the Riverfront Arts Center!
We, of course, mean marshmallow Peeps. The brightly-colored, sugary treats that we all love eating this time of year.
The show features over 30 entries, from kids, to adults, and even grandparents. Themes include agriculture, superheroes, and even the Papal...or "Peepal" Conclave.
"It's just a chance to look at something in a different way," says Director Nancy Thorson. "Sometimes there are references to classical art but sometimes it's just people's humorous ideas."
She says it's the most popular show at the center among community residents. Last year over 1,300 people attended; they're expecting a similar amount this year.
The show runs through April 7th. It's free and open to the public.
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