It is officially Autumn. The blooms of summer are gone. They have been replaced with pumpkins and mums. Halloween candy fills the grocery store shelves and tellers are practicing their favorite ghost stories. It is a great time of year. The colors are beautiful. There are rich oranges, reds and yellows everywhere. I love it.
What could be better than a Halloween storytelling concert? MO-TELL is having two of them on October 30, one for kids and one for adults. I hope you will be there.
We will have several storytelling events this year. Watch for Tellabration! in November,
Wintertales in December and Love Stories in February. They will all be virtual until we get out from under the threat of Covid-19.
What stories are you telling this year? Let us know what is happening in your story-filled lives.
“Stories are light. Light is precious in a world so dark. Begin at the beginning. Tell Gregory a
story. Make some light.”
― Kate DiCamillo, The Tale of Despereaux