Storytelling Workshop Series with Denise McCormack

For details, see September 19th.

Northeast Regional Library, 2228 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, 19149.  These events will all start at 6:30 pm and end at 8 pm.

The dates are Tuesdays, September 19th, October 17th and November 14th.

Email or call Peter Lehu for more information or to sign up; 215-685-0501, lehup@freelibrary.org.

Sherman Theater Kids’ Series – Larry Sceurman

On Saturday, November 4th, at 2 pm, Larry Sceurman will tell stories to kids of all ages at the Sherman Theater at 522 Main Street, Stroudsburg, PA, 18360.

The Sherman Theater’s second event in its new Kids’ Series is set for Saturday, November 4 at 2:00 PM at Sherman Showcase, 522 Main Street, Stroudsburg. This six-part series features singer/songwriters and storytellers from across the country offering family-friendly entertainment.

Performing on November 4, storyteller Larry Sceurman, brings heartfelt stories and magical tales to Pocono children. He will spin a variety of folk tales, fairy tales, moral tales and personal stories appropriate for all ages.

As part of the Fine Arts Discovery Series of the Sherman Theater, this show is open to the public at no charge, however donations will be accepted. The Kids’ Series was developed to provide an opportunity for children in the northeastern Pennsylvania community to enjoy arts and culture.

The Sherman Theater Kids’ Series is underwritten in part by the Lester G. Abeloff Foundation, Marilyn Coles, and First Keystone Community Bank. Sponsors are needed for upcoming shows in the Kids’ Series. For information on sponsorship, please contact Scott Judy, Corporate Sponsorship Coordinator, at sjudy@shermantheater.com or 570-420-2808.

The Sherman Theater, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is a community arts theater dedicated to providing diverse and quality entertainment to the public while improving our community by creating a positive economic impact on the region.

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

Scary Stories at the Public Library of Catasauqua

Ingrid Bohn, Denise McCormack, and Karen Maurer will tell family friendly frightening fables and fabrications at the Public Library of Catasauqua on Thursday, October 26th from 6 to 7:30 pm.  Please come in costume for this mysterious event.  The Catasuaqua Public Library is at 3rd and Bridge Streets in Catasauqua, PA 18032.  Admission is free.  Canned food donations will be collected for Second Harvest Food Bank.

Scary Tales at Emmaus Public Library

Join Karen Maurer, Charles Kiernan and Bruce Marold as they tell deliciously scary tales at the Emmaus Public Library on October 17th. Miss Sue, the youth services librarian, will make a special appearance. The chills begin at 7 pm.  The Emmaus Public Library is at 11 East Main Street in Emmaus, PA, 18049.  This event is FREE to all ages.  Please bring a canned food item for the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Storytelling Workshop Series with Denise McCormack

See September 19th for details.

Northeast Regional Library, 2228 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, 19149.  These events will all start at 6:30 pm and end at 8 pm.

The dates are Tuesdays, September 19th, October 17th and November 14th.

Email or call Peter Lehu for more information or to sign up; 215-685-0501, lehup@freelibrary.org.

Homeschool Day: Denise McCormack at the Center for Art in Wood

Homeschool Day: An Educational Event of Storytelling for Everyone with Master Storyteller Denise McCormack | Wed. Sept 20, 2017 | 2 – 3pm | At The Center for Art in Wood | $5

Homeschool students and their families are invited to explore The Center for Art in Wood’s current exhibition allTURNatives: Form + Spirit, a Museum Collection of over 1,100 objects and experience related stories spun by Master Storyteller Denise McCormack.  Wednesday, Sept. 20th from 2 to 3 pm.

Stories will showcase selected genres, followed by Q & A.

Registration is required. To register click HERE.

Admission is $5

Storytelling Workshop Series with Denise McCormack

Join Storyteller Denise McCormack and adults and teens from the community for a fun and interactive workshop series on the art and benefits of storytelling. In this workshop we will explore the rudiments of story and storytelling using traditional tales.

Northeast Regional Library, 2228 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, 19149.  These events will all start at 6:30 pm and end at 8 pm.

The dates are Tuesdays, September 19th, October 17th and November 14th.

Email or call Peter Lehu for more information or to sign up; 215-685-0501, lehup@freelibrary.org.

A Patchwork of Stories -for Grownups

Join LVSG and Patchwork Story Guild members at a storytelling event for adults on September 7th from 6 to 8 pm.  Patchwork of Stories will be held at The Center for Art in Wood, 141 3rd Street, Philadelphia, 19106.  This event supports Patchwork Storytelling Guild, The Center for Art in Wood and the world of storytelling.

Admission is $15  Contact Katie at Katie@centerforartinwood.org or call (215) 923-8000 for info or to purchase tickets.

 

Tellabration! ™ – The International Day of Storytelling

November 18th marks the 2017 celebration of Tellabration!(tm), the international day of storytelling. All around the world, tellers regale audiences of all ages with stories of transformation, change, laughter, hope, fear, conflict and love.

Trinity Episcopal Church, 44 East Market Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018, the Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild hosts “Remembrance of Stories Past”, an elegant evening of stories and memories. This event begins at 6 pm with a champagne reception. Stories begin at 7 pm. Admission is free. Donations will go to the Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild’s Education Committee and to Trinity Episcopal Church. Older teens and adults will enjoy this event.

The tellers at this event are Larry Sceurman, Bruce Marold, Denise McCormack, Robin Reichert and Tom Egan.  The stories are a mix of reminiscences, literary retellings and historical enactments.

Celebrate the power of the stories we share, the stories we hear, the stories that help shape who we are and who we hope to be.