Giveaway: 2 winners to see Fluff at Walton Arts Center!

Fluff-Web-Ad-266x375Alas, Spring Break is over. But we’ve got something to cheer you up!

We’re giving away two family packs to see the kids’ show Fluff at Walton Arts Center. TWO MAMAS will win — and each will receive four tickets!

Fluff will appear at WAC on April 13 at 2 p.m.

ABOUT THE SHOW: Fluff is a fun, simple Australian theater piece best for children ages 4-10. During the show, viewers meet the Ginghams, a family that worries about lost and discarded toys and travels the world to find them.

As each toy is introduced one by one, audiences will learn the story of how it came to be lost and its journey to a new home. After receiving a movement, a vocal sound, a piece of music and a nightlight, watch as the Gingham family safely tucks each toy back into bed.

Fluff has been acclaimed for its originality and its combination of song, movement, projection and audience participation.

With a bright set and plenty of song and dance, there’s something for every member of the family to enjoy. New technology and handmade toys combine throughout the show to create an original performance that children and parents alike can appreciate.

“One of the most imaginative shows for the young you will find. Highly sophisticated and great fun…the children – and the adults – loved it!” –The Advertiser (Sydney Opera House season)

“The laughs come as much from the adults in the audience as their enthralled children” –The Daily Telegraph (Sydney)

HOW TO ENTER: If you’d love to win one of these four-packs of Fluff tickets, just leave a comment telling us about one of your FAVORITE childhood toys. You can also email your answer to us at

Here’s a video so you can get a feel for this (hilarious!) show:

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TICKET INFO: Click HERE or call the Walton Arts Center Box Office at 479-443-5600 for more info on tickets to this one-day-only performance.

Good luck!



  1. says

    My favorite toy was definitely my two Cabbage Patch Kids. I still have them and can’t wait for my daughter to play with them! And I would love to win these tickets to take my son!

  2. Cristy Norwood says

    One of my mist favorite toys as a child was a stuffed white rabbit my daddy got me at Pioneer Days in Saint Paul, Arkansas when I was about 8yrd old. I slept with it eveynight and had many fun imagination adventures with him!!

  3. Rachel says

    my favorite childhood toy was the bear I received for my first birthday. he was with my well into my twenties when my first dog chewed him up, it was a very sad day when I lost him.

  4. Dani says

    My favorite toy was Legos! I remember laying on floor for hours building houses, cars, and summer camps! It blesses my heart so much to see my own kiddos playing with those very same Legos.

  5. carrie says

    my raggedy ann doll, that was given to me as a baby. i combed her hair till there was no red yarn left. her face is torn and dirty. all the arms and legs have been sewn back on by my mom at least 2 times a piece. now she rests in my china cabinet :)

  6. Jen says

    I had a favorite stuffed dog named “Smelly” because I spilled Strawberry Shortcake perfume on him.

  7. Kim B. says

    My favorite toy was a Fisher Price camper set with all the people and furniture to go with it!

  8. Brandi says

    I loved to play with my brother’s Little People farm set when I was young. I also loved Barbies.

  9. Jennifer says

    My favorite childhood toy was a stuffed panda bear. It got chewed on by the dog and my Mom sewed a nose back onto it, but I loved it and slept with it every night. I still love panda bears and I still have this toy. I don’t play with it anymore, but my little girl now does and she even gives it to me sometimes to sleep with.

  10. Tonya McCoy says

    My favorite childhood toy was my Nintendo. I loved Duck Hunt & Mario Brothers!!

  11. Cassie Webster says

    Oh I loved my Polly Pocket and barbie collection! I loved to work on my barbie’s hair. :)