Folktales Woven from Real Life with Kathy Long

More Family Series fun is in stories with Lehigh Valley favorite, Kathy Long. Kathy Long is a natural-born storyteller. From her earliest childhood, she has been regaling audiences with her unique presentations. Come and be mesmerized as she weaves folk tales with the foibles of everyday life. She will wrap you in a cozy quilt of laughter, tears, and endearing moments. Kathy will stimulate your imagination and have you asking for more. March 15, 2020, at 2 pm. Godfrey Daniels, {Read More}

Earthling! Tales from Our Planet Home with Karen Maurer

The Family Series, sponsored by the Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild and Godfrey Daniels, continues with stories about the real and imagined denizens of Earth – Earthlings! Told by a Senior Earthling, Karen Maurer, these stories will open the listeners’ minds so they will view our home with new eyes. Declare your global citizenry with Karen on February 16 at 2 pm, at Godfrey Daniels, 7 East Fourth Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015. Karen Maurer started telling stories in childhood as a {Read More}

Story Circle – January 8th, 2020

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 the 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}

Story Circle – December 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 the 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}

Tellabration – Stories of Autumn, Tales of Thanks

Join storytellers around the world for Tellabration, the International Day of Storytelling. This year, we celebrate Stories of Autumn, Tales of Thanks on Saturday, November 23, 2019 , from 6 pm to 9 pm (approximately). Trinitiy Episcopal Church 44 E. Market Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018, will host this event. Megan Hicks, nationally known and acclaimed teller, Charles Kiernan, LVSG President and gifted talespinner, Kathy Long, a Lehigh Valley and Slate Belt favorite, and MaryAnn Paterniti, lively, thoughtful and engaging, will {Read More}

Story Circle – November 13th

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 the 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}

Stories of Autumn – Tellabration!

The Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild takes part in Tellabration!, again this year.  LVSG’s entry into world wide storytelling is a fund raising concert for adults on November 23rd, 2019 at Trinity Episcopal Church, 44 East Market Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018.  All the particulars are on our calendar over there on the right. This event benefits the Trinity Episcopal Soup Kitchen. Tellabration! was spearheaded by the National Storytelling Network. Originally designated as the “International Day of Storytelling”, Tellabration! has become a {Read More}

MYOB: Mind Your Own Body

LVSG member, Denise McCormack, presents her one woman show, MYOB: Mind your Own Body, at the The Rotunda, 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, 19104, on Wednesday, September 18th and Friday, September 20th. Both programs begin at 7 pm. McCormack’s stories are for adults and speak to the issues of body autonomy, power dynamics in relationships and respect.  McCormack mixes personal, folk and literary stories in this timely presentation. “Altogether, this cache of great tales shines a light on the little things {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}