Sally Miller, in dragon costume, gets her young audience on their feet and doing the Full Moon Boogie, with guitar accompaniment by Jesse Hamilton, during her telling of Pico and the Golden Lagoon, a Picos Puppet Palace presentation at the Okanagan Regional Library Salmon Arm branch on Thursday, Aug. 9. (Lachlan Labere/Salmon Arm Observer)

Roaring good time

Picos Puppet Palace performers get kids up and boogying at Salmon Arm library

Sally Miller, in dragon costume, gets her young audience on their feet and doing the Full Moon Boogie, with guitar accompaniment by Jesse Hamilton, during her telling of Pico and the Golden Lagoon, a Picos Puppet Palace presentation at the Okanagan Regional Library Salmon Arm branch on Thursday, Aug. 9.

Related: Photos and video: Slinking and slithering creatures at the library

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