"“A big hit….We were so impressed by the event: it was both educational and fun, and Heidi is a joy to work with. We definitely hope to bring her back again!"

~Lily Grant
Library Manager
Chehalis Timberland Library

"It's rare to see a group of preschoolers so enthralled for the entirety of a performance, but our kids were spellbound…

highly recommend!"

~Branch Manager North Mason Timberland Library, Jenny Grenfell

"Wonderful hands-on fun!"

Children’s Librarian, Lake Stevens Library, Sno-Isle

"Five Stars. Highly Recommended"

~(former) Teacher Kristin Bennett, North Thurston School District

"Kids are riveted!"

~Teacher Rita Rohde, Hood Canal School District

"Really engages children –even those who normally have a tough time listening! Highly recommended!"

~ Instructor's Coach Holly Porter Head Start/ECEAP

"Heidi is super encouraging and positive with kids."

~Teacher Tammy Phillips, Griffin School District

"Heidi's unique hands-on activities are engaging for children and adults alike. Her enthusiasm for science is contagious!"

~Librarian Sarah Zabel, Lynnwood Library, Sno-Isle Library System

Events & Programs


Color My World

Tails & Tales

Remote Control a Real Person!


How it Works

Each child gets a 3 minute turn with the touch screen remote control on their screen, so 20 kids can have one turn or 12 kids can have two turns each hour. Librarians, teachers, or other designated adult will have full control. This program is hosted on a secure private website, only accessible via the link you give out. $150 for 1-2 hours, $300 for 3-5 hours

Let's Build a Dog House

Take a turn with the remote control on

your screen to help build Maggie her

dog house. Grab hold of each board

and snap it into place like Legos!

Let's Paint a Picture

Take a turn with the remote control on your  

screen to paint a picture. Choose colors and  brush strokes, and see what happens when

everyone paints together! 

Climate Fix: Make Clean Energy!    


Explore Green Energy at each station:

  • Make electrical sparks and lightning.

  • Use windmills and solar panels to power lights and fans.

  • Run a hydroelectric wheel, and decide how much water goes to electricity, salmon, irrigation, or drinking water.

  • Make biomass electricity with mud and fruit.

  • Race solar powered cars.

  • See your body heat with a geothermal camera, and explore how heat gets trapped on earth.

  • Write and draw your story of earth in a huge book.

  • Use sensors to find greenhouse gases.

  • Try to walk around with carbon footprint shoes.

       $325 for 1-2 hours

       $650 for 3-8 hours

Myth & Magic Maker            


Explore Myth & Magic at each station:

  • Move objects with your mind

  • Fly a magic carpet

  • Use robots to solve the Minotaur's Maze

  • Write a giant fairy tale

  • Try to open Pandora's Box

  • Create your shadow story

  • See yourself in a magic mirror


       $325 for 1-2 hours

       $650 for 3-8 hours

Planet Earth Science               


Experience Planet Science at each station:

  • Play with Augmented Reality Topographical Sandbox

  • Paint with earth pigments

  • Navigate wonder robots around a large map

  • Examine rocks, fossils, dinosaur bones & scat

  • Build on an earthquake table

  • Make clouds and lightning

  • Make waves of all kinds.

      $325 for 1-2 hours

      $650 for 3-8 hours

Space Quest          


Explore space at each station:

  • Test real meteorites

  • Pick up moon rocks with robots

  • Create a planetary object and watch it orbit in space

  • Spin a vortex dome and play with a gravity well

  • Experience Space VR and AR

  • Explore the atmosphere: make clouds and lightning

      $325 for 1-2 hours

      $650 for 3-8 hours

Music Maker 

Experiment with sound at each station:

  • Make music with stomp pedals

  • Try out a musical bench

  • Play with looping, oscillation and pitch

  • Make music and light when you move

  • Make music with mad marble runs

  • Try out PVC pipe instruments

  • Make twirl drums to take home

      $325 for 1-2 hours

      $650 for 3-8 hours

Butterfly Wingding             


Explore butterflies at each station:

  • Collage with real butterfly wings

  • Make a butterfly garden to take home

  • Examine wings with digital microscopes

  • Fly paper butterflies in a wind tunnel

  • Learn about symmetry in nature

  • Paint a symmetrical butterfly

       $325 for 1-2 hours

        Best for groups under 50

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Planet Earth Science & Climate Fix

 Planet Earth Science and Climate Fix combined!

 Great for schools and other large groups.

 $525 for 1-2 hours, $725 for 3-8 hours.

Forest Animals

Explore Forest Animals at each station:

  • Match the real life fur, claws, and horns to the animal

  • Make & fly birds in a wind tunnel

  • Guess the animal scenario from the real life clues

  • See how salmon swim with a stream table

  • Create rain and watersheds with an AR Sandbox

  • Make animal tracks

  • Search and find the camouflaged animals.

  • Decorate a tree round pendant to take home

      $325 for 1-2 hours

      $650 for 3-8 hours

"Heidi creates magical, enchanting & utterly engaging  events for children and their families. Literacy and learning are memorable with Heidi."

~ Library Director, Port Townsend Public Library, Melody Sky Eisler,

"Fantastic! Super engaging with wide appeal!"

~Librarian Deborah Sandler, Seattle Public Library

"Heidi's events are the most creative I've ever seen"

~(former) Branch Manager Dee D'Haem, Kitsap Regional Library

"Magical and thoroughly engaging"

~Librarian Dee Depoe, Timberland Regional Library

"Heidi Brings Puppets to Life. Kids Love her Events"

~Library Manager Gabby Fuentes, Pierce County Library

"Engages all ages. Helps children discover what is alive in themselves, needing to be expressed"

~Roseamber Summer, Youth Services, Lopez Island Library

"Heidi inspires the sharing of wisdom and expertise"

~Librarian Kendra Wight, King County Library System

"Amazing presentation... stunning visuals & unique style of puppetry opened both eyes and minds"

~Librarian Pat T. Marysville Library, Sno-Isle Library System