Maddi’s Fridge: The Eisemann Center Addresses Food Scarcity in a Family-Friendly Play

This post has been sponsored by Eisemann Center. All opinions are 100% my own.

If you haven’t visited the Eisemann Center for their Family Theatre Series, what are you waiting for? The plays are funny, timely, educational, and are fun for the whole family! For example, Maddi’s Fridge, an endearing story about a friend on a quest to help her friend’s family stock their fridge with food. Based on the book by Lois Brandt, the story draws families and kids into timely issues like food scarcity.

Maddis FridgeIt was a surprise to Sofia when she opened her friend Maddi’s fridge and found only a lone carton of milk, but no other snacks while they were playing. Maddi admitted that her mother did not have money to buy groceries for the family, so Sofia went on a quest to help her friend fill her belly with food, thinking that she won’t be able to run, jump, and play without food. And she’s right, she wouldn’t be! Soon, Sofia’s mom finds out what her daughter is up to, then hops on board helping the family fill their fridge – Maddi’s Fridge. 

This story is just a sample of the delightful storytelling the Eisemann Center brings to families throughout their entire Family Theatre Series. Stories like Pete the Cat, Judy Moody and Stink, and DogMan the Musical are but a few of the great shows coming up this season. 

The Eisemann Center and Network of Community Ministries Team Up

The Eisemann Center and the Network of Community Ministries have teamed up to bring awareness to those who might be experiencing financial trouble and food scarcity. They’ll be providing empty grocery bags for children and their parents to fill up for kids and families in need. Additionally, any bags turned into the Eisemann Center ticket office or to the Network of Community Ministries will receive a Buy One, Get One promo code to see Maddi’s Fridge on Sunday, October 13, 2019. Any bags donated will receive a 20% off discount code for the November 24 performance of Pete the Cat

The Eisemann Center Family Theatre Series is a great way to have quality family time while learning about some very important topics that can affect many families, like hunger. Join in the efforts and attend a great show. Hope to see you there!

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Jennifer Slingerland Ryan
Jennifer Slingerland Ryan knows a thing or two about kids and families. First, she knows they are joyous, exhilarating, loving and so darn fun. Second, she knows they suck your life dry and make you weep like a baby. By day she’s a psychotherapist; by night she’s a mom and wife. She claims to love therapizing couples, educating parents, reading dystopian fiction and sleeping in her free time (read: she never sleeps). Jennifer is a mom of twins who are sweet as sugar, but just hit that tween stage so all bets are off. Her youngest is...a joy. Let's just stop there. Most days you can find her in her office seeing clients, doing laundry, loading or unloading the dishwasher, or catching up on the latest episode of Real Housewives of (Insert City Here), Walking Dead or This Is Us. She is a tree-hugging country girl from West Texas who reads, writes, and teaches about human development and families as a hobby and profession. You can read more from Jennifer at her therapy blog, ichoosechange.com

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