Come and play, everything's a-okay, friendly neighbors, yes that's where they meet... and that included Fort Bragg on Monday.
Monday morning at Fort Bragg's Tolson Youth Center, families with young children had a visit from some familiar furry friends. The favorite cast of characters from Sesame Street joined the USO Experience along with Elmo’s new friend, Katie – a military child who is relocating. The show is touring and will visit more than 65 bases and perform more than 235 shows. This year’s tour showcases the power of friendship when Elmo and his Sesame pals help Katie open up about her fears and excitement as she deals with change and making new friends. As the characters board the bus, they are heading to Jacksonville, North Carolina next to Camp Lejeune's Base Theater on Wednesday, April 25.
The USO partnered with Sesame Street to reach out to military families.
The Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families returns to Tolson Youth Activities Center at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, April 23. Along for the roadside adventure this year is Elmo’s new friend, Katie – a military child who is relocating. The show is tourcing and will visit more than 65 bases and perform more than 235 shows. Wrapped in hundreds of yards of vinyl by a team of skilled designers based in Orlando, “The Sesame Street/USO Tour Bus” took two days to be transformed from an everyday tour bus to a soup’ed up new set of wheels. Splashed with vibrant colors, smiling Muppets, and a powerful message of supporting America’s military families. Created exclusively for this tour, Katie was first introduced to military families in April …