Story Hour at the Whitehorn Library, with Gilbert Sapwood
Sunday, March 2nd, 2008,6 pm SLT.
Join noted storyteller, Gilbert Sapwood, for an exploration of the ways of our four-footed friends (also two-clawed, and no-footed ones) with a selection of traditional stories from his storytelling bestiary, complete with fairies, phantoms, monsters, and talking cats,
Gilbert will share tales of the Winged, Clawed, Pelted, Scaled, and Feathered denizens of the globe and of our imaginations, from across time and around the world. The session will be streamed live from the Great Lawn of the Jack & Elaine Whitehorn Memorial Library, in Caledon VictoriaCity.
Following the performance, Gilbert will answer questions regarding traditional tales and the art of storytelling, as time permits.
Story Hour Details
Curious Beasties — stories at The Whitehorn Library , Caledon VictoriaCity
Sunday, March 2nd, 2008, 6 pm SLT.
NOTE: The teleport takes you to a hub in Caledon VictoriaCity… Just follow the red arrow/beacon north through the Reading Room to the Great Lawn, or use the red and gold Library Transport Device located at the telehub.
Please direct questions to JJ Drinkwater, Caledon Library.
This is a live audio stream storytelling performance, produced by Radio Riel. Media url address for SL (or outside of SL listeners) : http://music.radioriel.org
ABOUT THE STORYTELLER
Gilbert Sapwood is a storyteller, traveller and collector of tales. He tells stories from the British Isles, Ireland and from his Canadian home, stories from the Brothers Grimm, and tales from the folklore of the Good People, wherever they may be found. He is the founder of, and driving force behind, the Storytelling Guild of Second Life, and is committed to spreading the love of traditional storytelling in Second Life. If there is a fireside, pub or gathering that needs a story, he has one ready. Available for private and public tellings, as short as required, or as long as a winter’s night.
Join the “Storytelling Guild of Second Life” group for information on future events.
Sponsored by the Caledon Library, and produced by Radio Riel