Family Storytelling Series – Kathy Long – Let Your Imagination Soar

The fantastic Family Storytelling Series will end its run for 2019 with a performance by Kathy Long.  ON April 7th, at Godfrey Daniels, Long invites her listeners to Let their Imaginations Soar.  Long can spin a tale about anything – and she does.  Known in the Lehigh Valley for her clever original tales, her recapturing of local landmarks like Hess’s department stores and her work as a docent at the Asa Packard house in Jim Thorpe, Long’s tale weaving talents {Read More}

Family Storytelling Series – Denise McCormack – Slavic Sagas

The fantastic Family Storytelling Series presents Denise McCormack as she explores the stories of Eastern Europe.  McCormack will tell at Godfrey Daniels on March 17th.  Visit Poland, Hungary and the Baltic states through the myths and stories that McCormack will share.  An advocate of storytelling’s importance in keeping cultures alive, McCormack has researched the tales of her own heritage. As a result, these stories will echo with feeling and fun! March 17th at 2 pm. Godfrey Daniels, 7 East 4th {Read More}

Family Storytelling Series – Ingrid Bohn – Knuckleheads and Noodleheads

The fantastic Family Storytelling Series presents Ingrid Bohn as she tells stories about Knuckleheads and Noodleheads. Join her at Godfrey Daniels on February 17th at 2 pm.  Bohn is a member of several storytelling organizations and has theater and telling experience.  She is mesmerizing to listen to and watch.  During this performance, Bohn intends to make us all feel just a little bit smarter as she tells stories of fools, tricksters and the foibles of ordinary folks. February 17th at {Read More}

Family Storytelling Series – Karen Maurer – For the Birds

The fantastic Family Storytelling Series presents Karen Maurer in “For the Birds” – a collection of stories, poems, riddles and games that celebrate our feathered friends.  Karen will tell at Godfrey Daniels, 7 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, PA, 18105, on February 3rd at 2 pm. Rumor has it that feathers have magical powers. From the backyard bird feeders to the frozen wastes of the Antarctic, birds sing and soar, waddle and whistle. Maurer will share folklore, stories and a bird {Read More}

Family Storytelling Series – Larry Sceurman – Family and Friends

The fantastic Family Storytelling Series begins with the heartfelt, funny and magical storytelling of Larry Sceurman on January 20th.  Godfrey Daniels, 7 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015 is the venue and 2 pm is the time.  Larry has years of experience keeping listeners of all ages engaged, entertained and enthralled.  His theme in 2019 is friends and family. Larry will tell a collection of folk and fairy tales that revolve around these all-important relationships.  Expect some magic – and {Read More}

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.  

Fairy Tales EXPOSED with Chris Ochs

Everything You Know about Fairy Tales is WRONG – a talk by Chris Ochs. “We’ll look at the origins, meanings and evolution of icons from fairy tales. Then compare them against their curious, funny and often GRISLY counterparts throughout history, smashing several childhood icons along the way. FAIR WARNING – any children in the audience will be mortified, and may leave in tears.” Parkland Community Library, March 7th, 2017 at 7 pm.  Free.

Fairy Tale Confidential

Mwahahahahaha!  Welcome to the Dark Side of Fairy tales. We ALL know fairy tales.  There is a quest, and a princess – or a damsel – and a hero, and a villain, and a struggle and, poof!, at the end everything works out.  And, they are sweet and innocent and innocuous.  Or, are they?? Spend any time on Fairy Tale Lobby, a blog hosted by LVSG member Megan Hicks and Mary Grace Ketner, and these “harmless” stories display the conflicted {Read More}

Tom Egan’s Irish Tales at Langhorne Public Library

Tom Egan will tell stories from the Emerald Island at Langhorne Free Public Library on July 30th at 2 pm.  The event is part of the Summer Reading Club.  Langhorne Free Library is located at 301 S. Pine Street, Langhorne, PA, 19047.  Please call the library to learn of any fees or restrictions.  215-757-2510.