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September Guild Show

7pm Saturday, September 4

Join our intrepid storytellers as they help us celebrate the Labor Day weekend! 

Ken Iverson, Anne-Louise Sterry, Alton Takiyama-Chung and John Wylder will entertain you with tall tales and wild stories about friendship, travel, visitors, and other familiar themes with unfamiliar outcomes. 

About the tellers:

Ken Iverson

Ken Iverson has brought stories to life for audiences for over 35 years. He loves how a story can bring people together. He tells original stories and traditional and contemporary folktales and myths from around the world for all ages. Ken believes that the old adage “laughter is the best medicine is close to true. “It's not the only medicine,” he says, “but it is certainly the most fun to take.”

Anne-Louise Sterry

Anne-Louise Sterry, who knows New Jersey is more than a turnpike, travels far and
wide, sharing the audacious joy she learned in the Garden State.
Her Aunt Lena often travels with her, though they’ve never been seen together,
in the same place at the same time!

Alton Takiyama-Chung

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.

John Wylder

John Wylder is a retired Renaissance man having worked as a banker, teacher, computer security professional, tour guide, author, and international sports judge. He and his wife of 47 years love to travel and have sent postcards home to friends from four continents and dozens of countries. www.wyldstories.com