Giveaway: Win tickets to see You and Me and the Space Between at Walton Arts Center!

Happy Monday, mamas!

To make it a little happier, how about a giveaway? We’ve got 8 tickets to attend Family Art Night at Walton Arts Center! There will lots of fun activities and a great show called You and Me and the Space Between on March 28th.

Two mamas will each win 4 tickets to participate in this fun night with their families, courtesy of WAC!


When the island of Proud Circle springs a leak, its citizens must find a way to stop their home from disappearing! It takes the wondering mind of a child to save the island, its people and their ways.

From the imagination of one of Australia’s most accomplished children’s playwrights comes a tale of wonder and invention. Storytelling, choreographed projections and live drawn animation explore the plight of refugees fleeing environmental change through the eyes of a child.

Step inside a picture book with an artist and storyteller, amidst a paper set that’s cut, ripped, patched and manipulated live to create a world of play.

Best for ages 7+

Here’s a little sneak peek video:


If you’d love to win 4 tickets for your family to see You and Me and the Space Between, click on the word “comments” (right under the headline of this post) and scroll down to the bottom of the comments posted by other moms.

Then write a quick comment telling us a great story about your child that falls under that heading: “Your kid did WHAT?!” Did they streak nude through a local restaurant? Say something hilarious to you at the dinner table? Let’s hear it!

You can also email your answer to us at

Terrapin – You Me and the Space Between,
Peacock Theatre, Hobart.
picture by Peter Mathew


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We’ll choose a winner on Friday, mamas, so check your inbox!

Tickets are $9 for kids and $15 for adults and can be purchased in-person at the Walton Arts Center Box Office, by calling 479.443.5600 or by visiting You also can get reserved parking for $7 when you purchase your show tickets.

Terrapin – You Me and the Space Between,
Peacock Theatre, Hobart.
picture by Peter Mathew


  1. My son rubbed an entire tube of chapstick in his hair when he was 3 years old. It took three washings with Dawn dish soap to get it out!

  2. When my son was 2, he got my lipstick out of my purse and “painted” on clown lips. He did not like it when I took a picture.

  3. We were in Target looking for Rollerblading wrist guards & knee pads for my pre-teen. All of a sudden, my 7 year old boy ran down an aisle & started yelling “Pads! Mama, I found the pads! Here are the pads!”. My daughter was mortified. I just kept saying “shh, thanks, I see them” while trying not to die laughing.

  4. I commented on your Facebook page about this giveaway so I’d like an extra chance to earn the sweepstakes prize.

  5. My 2 year old laughed hysterically at my 70 year old mother. My mom was playing with her and they were both laughing but my child just would not stop. My mother asked her what? what? Whats so funny? so my kid said “oh grandma you don’t have any teeth” as she continued to laugh. My mother thought it was funny but tried not to laugh again she felt embarrassed

  6. My daughter pulled a scentsy wax warmer on her head when she was one. She was okay and not burned ( a little bruised) because it was on low, but it got all over her hair. I had to rock her to sleep and gently pick away at the wax for over 3 hours until it was out of her hair.

  7. When he was supposed to be napping, my toddler removed his diaper and played with the “mud” he found and his little John Deere tractor.

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