Bindlestiff’s Tiny Parades
Bindlestiff’s pop-up performances observe safe social distancing guidelines and are delivered to Hudson’s residential neighborhoods where families and elders are sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In observance of local and state public safety rules, Tiny Parades are limited in size, with up to 4 participants. These artists are separated from each other by at least 6 feet of space, and are masked and gloved.
Their costumes represent white doves- an image of peace, hope and renewal for this unprecedented time in the lives Americans and citizens of the global community.
Friday May 15 pops up in the State Street residential corridor between 2nd and 6th Streets. RAINDATE TO SATURDAY!
Residents are asked to remain indoors during the parades, but are encouraged to mask up, open the windows wide, and make some noise to raise spirits around the neighborhood.
Information about times and route details available at Facebook.com/BindlestiffFamilyCirkusKids