This October marks the 3rd Annual Menlo Park Library Storytelling Festival, and it includes 6 family-friendly performances (ages 5+)!
Monday, October 8: Alicia Retes performs "Tu-Tok," a Yosemite Miwok story about a tiny measuring worm who rescues two grizzly bear cubs. (Belle Haven)
Tuesday October 9: Tim Ereneta performs the classic Russian folktale, "I Go I Know Not Whither to Fetch I Know Not What."
Tuesday, October 16: Leona Hoegsberg presents "Stories from the Bookworm," silly scary, and downright fun stories!
Thursday, October 18: John Weaver presents "Once Upon a Pumpkin," with tales which may or may not have previously been about pumpkins.
Monday, October 22: Muriel Johnson shares slightly scary, very funny Tales of the American South and Beyond. (Belle Haven)
Saturday, October 27: Ann-Marie Sayers and Kanyon Sayers-Roods of Indian Canyon share traditional tales of their Ohlone ancestors.
Thursday, November 1: They're coming back! Meet the silliest goose you'll ever meet, and enjoy a fast-paced, funny musical show featuring puppets, ventriloquism, dancing, singing, and “100% audience participation!”