Now that you have recovered from your Saint Patrick’s Day hangover, I am here to tell you the celebration isn’t really over until you have heard a bit of Irish lore. Today I present to you Richard Marsh, storyteller, guide to the ancient Celtic sites, and resident of Dublin. If you find yourself in Dublin and are interested in Irish history, you will need to look him up.
Here is Richard’s rendition of Oisin and Niamh (Osheen and Nave)
That was Richard Marsh.
The Winter Children’s Series is not over. Actually, not over by half. Two of our previous dates were snowed out. Here is the remaining schedule.
Sunday March 29th is Catherine Moore in her persona of Doctor Vocabulary, holding her degree in the Doctorate of Stories. Much fun.
Sunday April 12th is Larry Sceurman, a long time valley favorite. Expect a little magic.
And we end on Sunday the 19th with the gentle Robin Reichert.
All shows start at 2:00pm, admission is $4.50, children five and under free. Cops & Kids will be there handing out free books.
One more event. On Saturday, March 21st is the Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild’s first Teen Story Slam in conjunction with the Moravian College Theatre. That’s this coming Saturday, at the Arena Theatre in the Haupert Union Building, on the Moravian College campus. It starts at 7:30pm and is free. The slam topic is Roadtrip. Come listen and maybe tell.
The Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild holds its Storytelling Circle at Godfrey Daniels at 7 East 4th Street in Bethlehem on the second Wednesdays of the month at 7:30 pm (except the month of August). Come and listen to stories or try out a story yourself. We are a friendly audience and the event is free.
That’s all for now, have fun, and keep a story in your heart.
(Original air date: March 2015)