Scary Stories at Lower Macungie Public Library

Ingrid Bohn and Robin Reichert will cast spooky spells over their listeners at the Lower Macungie Library on November 2 at 6 pm  Join the ghouls and goblins that creep through these tales. Lower Macungie Library is at 3450 Brookside Road, Macungie, PA 18062.

This event is free and family friendly.  Please bring a canned food item for Second Harvest Food Bank.

Halloween in Piscataway with Ingrid Bohn – 2 shows

Ingrid Bohn will keep you in suspense with her spine tingling family friendly eerie tales, jokes, and songs that will be sure to spook you silly.  This event is free to all comers and very family friendly.  There will be two shows – one at 7 pm and then again at 8 pm.  Expect Halloween hi-jinks!

Middlesex County Office of Culture and Heritage, 1050 River Road, Piscataway, NJ, 08854

Ghost Stories at Shofuso with Denise McCormack

Bring a date and experience a revival of the traditional hyakumonogatari ghost story telling parties of the Edo period. Storyteller and spoken word artist Denise McCormack LLC will thrill guests with traditional Japanese ghost stories told by candlelight and aided by the traditional atmosphere of Shofuso.

Refreshments will be provided. Dress warmly and bring a blanket — the event starts at sundown and it can get quite chilly. Tickets $25 ($20 JASGP members); please note there is limited seating.

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, Horticultural and Lansdowne Drives, Philadelphia, PA 19131

Halloween Stories in Piscataway, NJ, with Ingrid Bohn -2 shows

Ingrid Bohn will keep you in suspense with her spine tingling family friendly eerie tales, jokes, and songs that will be sure to spook you silly.  This event is free to all comers and very family friendly.  There will be two shows – one at 7 pm and then again at 8 pm.  Expect Halloween hi-jinks!

Middlesex County Office of Culture and Heritage, 1050 River Road, Piscataway, NJ, 08854

 

 

Denise McCormack – Japanese Ghost Stories

Make the trip to Rahway Public Library on August 28th to hear spine-chilling stories from Japan told by spellbinding storyteller, Denise McCormack.  The event is open to the public and begins at 6 pm.

Rahway Public Library, 2 City Hall Plaza, Rahway, N. J. 07065

732-340-1551

http://www.rahwaylibrary.org

Halloween! Whitehall Public Library

Charles Kiernan will tell stories at the Whitehall Township Public Library on Halloween night.  Are those chills you have running up and down your spine?  On October 31st at 7 pm, prepare to be scared.

The Whitehall Township Public Library is at 3700 Mechanicsville Road, Whitehall, PA 18052.  Call 610-432-4339 for details.

Scary Stories around the Bonfire

Picture this!  A cold October night, a leaping bonfire, bare branches scratch the wind and you huddle closer to hear SCARY STORIES!!!!  (Shriek!)  Dress warmly and bring your courage.  The first half of the program is less scary than the second half.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th  at Jordan UCC Church in South Whitehall, near the Parkland Library, (1837 Church Road, Allentown, PA 18104) around the fire ring in their Peace Park starting at 7:00pm. Admission is $7.50, children five years and under free. If you bring canned food items for Second Harvest Food Bank we will knock off $3.50 for each paid admission. Around the fire ring there are benches, but you may want to bring blankets, jackets, and a flashlight. Parking is in the church parking lot.

Scary Stories at Godfrey Daniels

Every October, the Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild takes over the Godfrey Daniels stage for one night and does their best to scare the living daylights out of the audience.  The first half of this program is “family-friendly” (mwhahaha) but the second half…..Hold on to your hats!  (MWAHAHAHAHA)

Wednesday, October 26th, at 7 pm.  Godfrey Daniels, 7 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015.

Admission is $7.50.  Children ages 5 and under attend for free.

Movies in the Park

Karen Maurer will tell stories at Roosevelt Park in Allentown on July 8th while everyone waits for darkness to fall.  The Allentown, PA, Parks and Recreation Department is showing “Hotel Transylvania” that night.

Karen is representing the Allentown Public Library AND the Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild as she tells stories, plays songs, and leads the audience in storytelling mayhem of one sort or the other.

This event is FREE to all, young and old.