Robin Reichert – the Red Tailed Hawk

Sunday June 25 @ 10:30am
Robin relates the story of a frightening diagnosis and how interaction with a red-tailed hawk gave her the courage to get through the weeks preceding surgery.
The Unitarian Society a UU Congregation
176 Tices Ln, East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Free. Open to the public.  Best for teens and adults.

Story Circle

The monthly Story Circle happens on May 10th at 7:30 pm at Godfrey Daniels, 7 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015.  A workshop will precede this month’s Story Circle.  The event is free and open to all.

Telling Stories Outside Your Culture Workshop

Rob Aptaker provides guidelines for telling the essential stories from other cultures in this part of the Story Circle Workshop series.  The workshop will be held at Godfrey Daniels on May 10th at 6 pm and will be followed, after a short break, by the monthly Story Circle at 7:30 pm.  This event is Free.

Rob will cover the following concepts;

  • When you borrow something valuable from someone, treat it with more care than you would with your own valuables.
  • The importance of checking in with people from the cultures whose stories you’re borrowing.
  • Where creativity and inspiration DO have their place.
  • Pointers from traditional teachers.
  • Q & A to follow.

Earth Divine with Robin Reichert

Storyteller and author, Robin Reichert, will present the adult forum at Trinity Episcopal Church, 44 East Market Street, Bethlehem, PA, at 9:15 am on April 2nd.  Robin will share stories, talk about her book, Earth Divine: Adventures of an Everyday Mystic and take questions.  Robin will sign and sell copies of her book.

Robin Reichert – Sunday Service

Robin Reichert will be the speaker at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Lower Bucks on March 5th at 10:30 am.  Robin’s stories are always uplifting, always inspirational.  UU of Lower Bucks meets at Pen Ryn School, 235 S. Olds Blvd, Fairless Hills, PA.  This event is open to everyone.

LV Story Slam Moves to Easton

The February meeting of the Lehigh Valley Story Slam moves to the Easton Public Market, 325 Northampton Street, Easton, PA, 18042.  The theme is “Best Friends”.  Awwwwww.! Remember, if you sign up to tell, your stories must be true-to-you and no longer than five minutes.   The event happens on February 15th and the fun begins at 7 pm.  Come to tell.  Come to listen!  This is an adult or almost adult event.


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Robin Reichert – “What If?”

Robin Reichert will tell stories during the Sunday Service of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Lower Bucks at Pen Ryn School, 235 S. Olds Blvd, Fairless Hills, PA, at 10:30 am, on January 29th.  This event is open to anyone.  Her theme will be “what If?”  Join Robin as she explores wonderful possibilities.

Story Slam – Here We Go Again!

Lehigh Valley Story Slam starts the New Year right, with the theme of “Here We Go Again”.  Do you have a short TRUE story about things that repeat themselves, themes that recur, favorite amusement park rides, slippery, slidey slopes you just can’t resist?  Bring it to the Lehigh Valley Story Slam at McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub and Whisky Bar in Bethlehem on January 18th.  OR, just come out to listen to others tell of their repeating adventures. The fun begins at 8 pm.  Stories must be no longer than 5 minutes and they must be as true!

Grand Slam – Lehigh Valley Story Slam

The Grand Slam event – where past Story Slam winners compete for the Grand Slam Trophy – will be held at McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub and Whiskey Bar on November 16th.  The stories begin at 8 pm.  The theme for the Grand Slam Story Slam is “FOOD”.  Fitting, yes?

All stories must be true and no longer than 5 minutes.  The tellers for the Grand Slam event have proven their worthiness.  Let’s hear what they say about food.

Workshop on Professional Presentation

Charlotte Blake Alston will offer a workshop on Professional Presentation at Godfrey Daniels, 7 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015, on November 9th at 6 pm.  Blake Alston is a highly acclaimed storytelling, working on a regular basis with both the Philadelphia Orchestra and Carnegie Hall.  She is featured in regional and national storytelling festivals around the continent.  Do NOT miss this workshop.  It’s FREE.

This workshop focuses on how a storyteller presents herself (or himself) on stage, how the storyteller interacts with the audience and other performers.  Blake Alston’s advice will help workshop attendees to take their stories from good enough to polished.