Mary tells the story of her life from when she was captured by the Shawnee Indians as a youngster to years later when she was offered her freedom and chose to remain with her Seneca family and friends
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Author and illustrator of the beloved story “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” and many other children’ s stories, talks of her life in England, when “my grandpapa was in the habit of walking in the garden a
Sharing a variety of unusual instruments, many of which students have never seen or used.
Author and storyteller, Lorna Czarnota, recants and discusses this book of local stories. Learn about the many contributions Western New York has made to the world throughout its rich history.
Storyteller, Lorna Czarnota, dressed as a merchant’ s wife beneath a tent set up in the classroom, will take students on an imaginary journey from Samarkand to Cathay.
In period costume, the artist shares stories, riddles, Celtic harp music, and a rich assortment of artifacts from the Middle Ages, giving students an effective sense of what life was like in that era.
An inspiring and educational story about an Oklahoma farm family’s life during the Great Depression.
A dramatic and moving historical performance that explores the Civil War through the eyes of female soldiers.
This program focuses on music and folklore from New York State’ s history, with a special emphasis on the Erie Canal. The Hill Brothers use humor, enjoyable period songs, and lots of audience participation to lead students on a fun-filled musical trip across the State.
Songs, folklore and humor from the Appalachian Mountains provide students with a rich taste of their American heritage. Featuring traditional and “homemade” instruments, including spoons, washboard, string bass, mandolin, dulcimer, acoustic guitar, and the ever-popular washtub bass, the show invites laughter, clapping and singing along to great old American folk songs.