More About Spooky, Slithery & Silly Halloween Tales with Ms. Julia
Who is ready for some Halloween fun?! Join storyteller Julia M. Morris and her witch-puppet, Henrietta, as they stir a cauldron of interactive 'spooky-silly tales,' ideal for younger audiences. Be warned: fingers will become spiders, hands may morph into bats, and snakes are sure to slither inside Baba Yaga's hat! This is an interactive storytelling for the entire family, geared towards ages 3 – 8. Children can come dressed in their Halloween costume.
Julia M. Morris, Ph.D. is a professional storyteller and arts specialist who has worked with children and adults in schools, colleges, and performing arts settings for more than 25 years. Her interactive and participation-based storytelling program, 'Stories that Move and Sing' has been brought to life in countless schools and residencies throughout New York City and Westchester county.
The Weston Historical Society D/B/A The Weston History & Culture Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It is located at 104 Weston Road in Weston, CT. Parking and entrance on High Acre Road. Open every Sunday & Thursday from 1pm – 4pm, except holidays and holiday weekends. The Center would like to thank its annual sponsors: Fairfield County Bank, KMS Team at Compass, Aquarion Water Company as well as the Daniel E. Offutt, III Charitable Trust. For more information and how to donate, visit Click for Details or email: email@example.com or call: 203-226-1804.