St George Day Festival Staten Island 2011
Meeting Schedule
Earth Day
Dragon Parade
Art Around The Park
Giant Puppets
Kid Zone
Spoken Word

Giant Puppets
Big Dragon Puppet

Re-imagine the St George and the Dragon myth so to explore themes of cooperative problem solving and resource sharing. Imagine a new world without war or xenophobia. Our giant 35 foot dragon puppet magically captivates Staten Islanders of all ages.

  1. IMAGINE: The Dragon from the hidden hills of Staten Island grows parched from the fire that she breaths. She relies on the watering hole in Tompkinsville Park to quench her thirst. But the villagers fear the Dragon and rely on the water for their own needs. Can an ordinary human being, help them resolve their differences, remember their interconnected fellowship, share the planetary resources in common, and save the dragon and themselves? St George and the Dragon will work it out!

  2. Expect to see not only one dragon, but an entire parade of them in which you can participate as your favorite dragon! Join flower fairies, marching bands, doggie dragons, a dragon made entirely of recycled goods, and a community built giant dragon as they march through and around the park with the Wagner HS Marching Band. Come dressed as a dragon or flower fairy and celebrate our neighborhood.  


Parade Facilitator: AnnMarie and Jenny


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This ST GEORGE DAY FESTIVAL OF EARTH DAY AND ARTS CELEBRATING COMMUNITY AND DRAGONS is made possible in part by funding and people power from the Every Thing Goes Stores, and by a DCA Premiere Grant from the Council on the Arts and Humanities on Staten Island with public funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and a grant from Partnerships for Parks of City of New York Parks & Recreation and the City Parks Foundation, major help from GrowNYC and
CATPAW, the Community Association of Tompkinsville Park Promoting Arts and Whimsy!