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Water Bureau school assemblies

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Are you a teacher looking for fun ways to teach your class about water? We have got you covered! The Water Bureau offers several educational and fun school assemblies for elementary school kids. School assemblies are FREE and available to all schools within the Portland Water Bureau service area. 
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We are currently working on developing online versions of these shows. For more information, email Water Efficiency or call 503-823-4527.

Professor Drop and the Droplets (grades K–2, time: 25 minutes)

Professor Drop and the Droplets

Get swept up in the adventures of Professor Drop and a troupe of curious rain droplets as they explore Portland's drinking water system, the water cycle, and how to use water wisely. This puppet production is packed full of fun, science, and humor. Free shows are available for schools within the Portland Water Bureau service area. Schedule a show with Kelly Campbell or call 503-248-0557.

Where’d the Water Go? Stories and Songs about Portland's Water (grades K–2, time: 25 minutes)

Where's the Water Go?

"Where'd the Water Go?" is an entertaining, interactive science-based show about the importance of using water wisely. Presented by local musician and storyteller Rick Huddle, the show is available for free to schools within the Portland Water Bureau service area. Schedule a show with Rick Huddle or call 503-720-0397.

Water: The Musical (grades 3–5, time: 35 minutes)

Water - The Musical

"Water: The Musical" brings Portland's water system history to life in a dynamic two-actor show. This musical delivers on entertainment and education for kids and adults and will leave you hoping you can download the soundtrack.

The show explores engineering, science, our connection to water, and some great ways kids and families can use water efficiently. Free shows are available for schools within the Portland Water Bureau service area. Schedule a show with Amy Gray of Thinking People's Theatre or call 503-236-8888 x111.