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Storytelling for Young Families at Mary Meuser Memorial Library with Rob Aptaker & Robin Reichert
October 29 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Rob Aptaker and Robin Reichert are bringing lots of spooky stories to the Mary Meuser Memorial Library, 1803 Northampton St, Easton, PA, on Saturday, October 29, as part of the library’s family fun festivities in celebration of that favorite time of the year: Halloween. Registration is required.
About the Tellers
Traditional Native American Stories and Teachings
For over 40 years I have been visiting and learning from Native American people all over what is now America (and parts of Canada). Two things amazed me in my travels: the first is that despite the repression and hardships the original people of this land endured, they have managed to preserve and retain so much of their culture. The second is that many Native People were willing to share their knowledge with me. For over 25 years I have been sharing what I learned and telling stories at schools, pow-wows, museums, libraries, senior centers and scout gatherings. I’m also on the roster of Young Audiences of Pennsylvania and New Jersey where I present educational programs about pre-colonial Lenni Lenape life.
For more information, go to: LVSG Rob Aptaker
Or, contact Rob: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Come along with me on the magical journey of a story!”
The child within each of us longs to be soothed by the muse of story. Through the ancient art of storytelling, Robin weaves tales that will open your heart and stir your soul’s wildest imaginings. Her original stories often contain elements of her own journey filled with the ups, downs, humor, and magic that life presents to us all. Robin loves stories that reveal the wisdom of nature and animals and will occasionally tell specially selected stories from other authors.
For more information, go to: LVSG Robin Reichert
Or, contact Robin: email@example.com