Join us on Sunday, February 10th, from 2:00pm-3:30pm for the first event in our four-part Garden Storyteller Series: Winter Tales to Warm Your Toes!
Michigan Humanities Touring Artist & Storyteller, Jenifer Strauss, will present an interactive program for families who wish to experience the magic of the winter season together!
Children and adults will enjoy Jenifer's unique style of fun and engaging storytelling. Hear stories about how a sleepy Bear loses his tail and how Rabbit tricks Fox in winter. After story time, we'll head out on a special winter story walk to look for signs of the season and then warm up with hot chocolate!
This event is FREE and open to the public. Please RSVP here on MyNorth Tickets if you're able — it helps us know how many to expect for this special event.
About our presenter, Jenifer Strauss:
Jenifer Strauss is a speaker, narrative consultant and writer based inTraverse City, Michigan. She helps educators, organizations and individuals use STORY to connect and communicate. A former teacher, Jen discovered the power of story to motivate and inspire her students. In 1993, she created her business, Story Be Told and has been enriching over 300 audiences a year with her own unique brand of energy-injected performances, workshops, trainings and keynotes. Learn more about Jenifer by visiting her website.
Our Garden Storyteller Series is presented in partnership with the Traverse Area District Library and made possible in part by a grant from the Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.