Historical Storytelling Series at the Waterloo Region Museum

March 7, 2011 at 2:05 am Leave a comment

Ruth Stewart-Verger will present Train Tales: Negotiating a Canadian National Railway and more at the Waterloo Region Museum, Kitchener, ON, on Tuesday March 15. Her stories come from her family, some of whom have been involved with the railroad, and other stories local to this area. For more detailed information, read here.

Also on  Wednesday the 16th at the museum, she will also be doing two string story workshops for 7 – 10 year olds. The children will be given a string and taught some stories to share after they go home.


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