Library hosts Saturday storytelling for grown-ups
special to the Star
Oct. 11, 2002
Storyteller Sarah Meyer Mutziger will be at the Meridian-Lauderdale County Public Library once a month for a while performing in a series of Saturday sessions for adults.
Mutziger has been telling stories locally and regionally for eight years. Before that, she lived and preformed in the Northeast.
She began telling stories as a small child, often making them up to entertain siblings and cousins. Her professional development as a storyteller began about 20 years ago, while she was working as a therapist with homeless and mentally ill adults in Boston.
She has performed for all ages and loves the opportunities different age groups present.
All programs are from 2 p.m.-3 p.m. at the Meridian-Lauderdale County Public Library, 2517 Seventh St. For information, call 693-6771.
Saturday: Ghost stories for grown-ups. Expect the unexpected.
Nov. 16: Honoring all veterans. "The Snow Goose" by Paul Gallico
Dec. 21: Classic Christmas tales old and new
Jan. 18: A story from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Feb. 15: Guest storyteller Ruby Yarbrough
March 15: "In the Shadows of a Rainbow" by Robert Leslie
April 12: The Season of Passover and Easter. Sacred and true Holocaust survivor stories.