Robin Reichert – Mystic, Stories of Magic and Wonder – Family Series

Throw another log on the fire, relax, and allow tales of Friends and Holiday Follies to warm your heart. Robin Reichert sparks delight for audiences of all ages telling captivating folktales, personal “heart stories,” and bewitching ghost tales.  Her CD, “Mystic, Stories of Magic and Wonder”, captures the essence of her book, Earth Divine-Adventures of an Everyday Mystic, and her children’s book, Feather Gifts for All Ages. Robin is a lifelong storyteller, speaker, and writer who enjoys performing with the Lehigh {Read More}

MaryAnn Paterniti – Tales of the Wild – Family Series

Pack your bag and prepare for a trip through Tales of the Wild! Storyteller MaryAnn Paterniti will take you to jungles, forests, caves, mountains and other places where the animals run wild. Play and sing-a-long with her as you hear stories about animals that are funny, fierce, foolish, but not frightening. Who’s afraid of a big, bad wolf anyway! Not us! MaryAnn has been a professional storyteller since 1994. Her repertoire includes traditional folktales, fairytales, and literary stories from all {Read More}

Scary, Silly Tales at Emmaus Public Library with Chris Ochs and Karen Maurer

Karen Maurer, a long time storyteller in the Lehigh Valley, will share the “stage” with newcomer and merry punster, Chris Ochs, as they tell fun, fearful stories at the Emmaus Public Library on Halloween Night- October 31st at 7:30 pm. Expect stories with scary twists, jumps and slides at this family friendly event. The event is free and open to the public. Emmaus Public Library, 11 East Main Street, Emmaus, PA 18049, 610-965-9284, https://www.emmauspl.org/ This performance is presented by the {Read More}

Ingrid Bohn and Karen Maurer Weave Webs of Spookiness at Catasauqua Library

The Public Library of Catasauqua will present Karen Maurer and Ingrid Bohn in a Halloween Fright Night on Monday, October 28th at 6 pm.  Bohn will bring a collection of spooky and still more spooky stories, songs and rhymes. Maurer will haunt with her tales of long ago and fearful creatures. Both tellers will keep the audience on the edges of their seats. This is a family friendly event held in the Public Library of Catasauqua’s Haunted Auditorium!  Expect pumpkins, {Read More}

Denise McCormack Tells Halloween tales at Fall on the Southside

The Soutside Arts District will be full of pumpkins, fall leaves, scarecrows and STORIES on October 26th. Denise McCormack will tell stories of the season from 1 to 1:30 pm and again from 2 to 2:30pm that afternoon on the Greenway. McCormack’s stories are lively, engaging, and personable. Join in for some fun. To buy passports for the tastings offered by SouthSide Bethlehem eateries – and to learn what else will happen that day – visit SouthSide Arts District Events {Read More}

Larry Sceurman’s Spooky Storytelling Magic at the Barrett Paradise Friendly Library

The Barrett Paradise Friendly Library presents Larry Sceurman in an evening of Halloween stories on Friday, October 25th at 7 pm. Larry Sceurman, a local favorite, will perform with a mix of magic, music and carefully crafted stories to engage, delight and spook listeners of all ages. This event is family friendly and free to the public.   Barrett Paradise Friendly Library, 6500 Route 191, Cresco, PA 18326, 570-595-7171, http://www.barrettlibrary.org/   This performance is presented by the Lehigh Valley Storytelling {Read More}

ADULTS ONLY – Rob Aptaker and Judy England-McCarthy Tell Frightening Tales at the Allentown Public Library

The Allentown Public Library hosts two acclaimed storytellers on October 21st at 6:30 pm. Rob Aptaker will bring haunting tales from the Northeast Native Peoples traditions. Aptaker is known for his dramatic and respectful delivery of the stories of indigenous peoples from this area. Be prepared to hear stories to make you put your high beams on as you drive through our forests and farmlands at night. Judy England-McCarthy’s storytelling is energetic and she spins an atmosphere of frantic magic. {Read More}

Ingrid Bohn and Robin Reichert – Halloween at Mary Meuser Library

Ingrid Bohn, lively and frightening, and Robin Reichert, tall and spooky, will cast a spell over the merry makers at Mary Meuser Memorial Library’s Annual Halloween event on October 18th at 6:45 pm. Bohn’s and Reichert’s horrifying tales are family fare. Expect to be entertained and engaged. Visit Mary Meuser Memorial Library, 1803 Northampton Street, Easton, PA 18042 in Wilson Borough for details on other Halloween happenings that afternoon. Call the library at 610-258-3040 or visit their website by clicking {Read More}

Story Circle – September 11th

Join us for the Story Circle, a circle of friends – new and old – who gather to share folk tales, personal stories, humorous yarns, tall tales and whoppers.  We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month (except August) at Godfrey Daniels, 7 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, 18015.  Attendance is FREE.  Beverages are available for sale.  If you’re lucky, someone will bake something to share. We encourage Guild members, friends, strangers, odd – and old – fellows and odd {Read More}

School Days, school days, good ole golden rule days!

Did you keep a summer journal?  Do you have stories from the long, hot summer days?  School has started in some areas.  Let’s hope families head back with a whole portfolio of tales to share with people they have missed all summer.  If you “just stayed home”, you might need to be creative about your summer exploits.  Most teachers don’t ask kids to write about “What I Did this Summer” anymore.  You can, though!  You can go through your memory {Read More}