If you are looking for family-friendly fun - head to downtown Los Angeles Saturday, February 27th for a celebration of legendary puppeteer Bob Baker.
Back in the 1960s, Baker opened up a tiny theater to showcase beautiful marionettes he handcrafted.
Puppets that flit and float and dance around a theater that doesn't look like it's changed much over the course of five decades.
Tomorrow, special guests will be making a special appearance at the theater to commemorate what would have been Bob Baker's 92nd birthday - he passed away a little more than a year ago.
To tell us more about the festivities and why this is a crucial time for the theater is head puppeteer Alex Evans.
To hear the full interview, press the blue play button above.