December Guild Show
7pm Saturday, December 4
It has been a heck of a year. With the sky green and grass blue, we could use a touch of tradition.
Gather round and hear folktales, old and new, exploring Holiday traditions, like tinsel and pickle ornaments. Listen to a story of a boy in search of the perfect gift for his Momma and a true story of what happened on Christmas Eve in 1944 during WWII. And it would not be a traditional Christmas without Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Join storyteller Alton Takiyama-Chung for an Old Fashioned Christmas and a virtual cup of Holiday cheer.
About the teller:
Japanese-Korean storyteller Alton Takiyama-Chung, grew up in Hawaii and tells Hawaiian legends, Asian folktales, ghost stories, tall tales, and historical stories like those of the Japanese-Americans in WWII. He performs across the USA and internationally and is also a former Chairman of the National Storytelling Network, the organization of US storytellers.