10/22/2009

Haunted Harvest Storytelling Festival

You are invited to attend


Haunted Harvest
Storytelling Festival
Tuesday, October 27th
3 pm - 8 pm





North Figueroa & Avenue 58
Los Angeles, 90042
Free Parking ~ Enter at Avenue 57


~ All Events are FREE! ~
Schedule of Events

3:00 pm Welcome, Music, Food


3:30 pm Opening remarks


3:45 pm Performance by Ballet Folklorico Maria Felix ~
Ramona Hall

4:20 pm Performance by Japanese Festival Sounds


4:50 pm First Raffle Giveaway



4:55 pm We Tell Stories Performance

“Oniroku” ~ Japanese folktale

“Bridge to Similaqsa” ~ Chumash folktale



5:25 pm Second Raffle Giveaway


5:30 pm Pumpkin Carving Contest Winner Announcements


5:40 pm Performance by Mariachi Divas


6:10 pm Third Raffle Giveaway


6:15 pm We Tell Stories Performance

“Macario” by B. Traven

“The Lion and the Gnat” by Aesop


6:45 pm Costume Parade and Winners Announced!


7:15 pm Performance by Chikara Daiko


7:45 pm Final Raffle Giveaway

Closing remarks




Additional Free Activities

Trick or Treating

Arts & Crafts Projects from 3:30 - 6:30

Face Painting from 3:30 - 6:30



This festival is funded in part by the
Thank you for your support!
We Tell Stories is a 501 (c) (3) Nonprofit Organization (Tax ID# 95-3803911).
All contributions are 100% tax deductible.
Educating and Entertaining Children Since 1981
fostering a love of literature, art, and theatre



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Season of Giving at Culver City Julian Dixon Library!
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Favorite Books!

  • Aesop Fables
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Many Moons
  • Rootabaga Stories
  • Where The Sidewalk Ends

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