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Story Programs

Frontiers-American folklore with stories, songs and games

Clowning Around-Features circus and clown stories, a clown mime workshop, plus clown dress-up and make-up time

Mystery Stuff-“Who done it” stories with games to challenge even the master sleuth

Just Plain Silly-Zany characters surviving wild and perilous adventures in short stories and songs

Acting with Andre-Theatrical improvisations, games, charades, readers’ theater and more!

Spooky Stuff-Scary stories told in a darkened room with ghastly costumes, songs and games

Definitely Dinosaurs-A student from the audience becomes the vice president of the very interactive Definitely Dinosaur Club. Program is crammed with stories, songs, dinosaurs and dancing fun!



The Golden Pot-Asian folktales are complimented by games and re-creations of special ceremonies

Tropical Tales-Stories from Puerto Rico and the West Indies with songs, games, recipes and folklore

Tis the Season-Christmas and Hanukkah tales and tunes that touch upon celebrations of light and the true spirit of the season

A Christmas Card-An exchange program where kid playwrights complete and perform a Christmas play with the help of a little library research

Kwanzaa in the City-A ceremonial workshop on this African American cultural celebration of the first fruits of harvest, originally celebrated in Africa

Habari Ghani-African folklore, stories, songs and games, with costumes and music

A New Beginning-A taste of colonial life through stories, folklore, games and a cooking demo

Harambee-A Swahili word meaning “come together,” is interpreted through work songs, spiritual music (precursor to gospel), and stories from the rich tradition of African American heritage.

Pebbles on the Sacred Path-Ceremonies and rituals are twisted into this pow wow packed package of stories and games from the treasured heritage of the Native American.

Tales of Mama Thompson-Go on seemingly everyday adventures with this no-nonsense, colorful grandmother who believes that growing old doesn’t mean being lonely.


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