Paul Taylor has spent years gathering tales from the Australian Outback and working with native elders to preserve the rich heritage and folklore from that part of the world. In his storytelling he shares awe-inspiring tales with much humor and he often plays the digereedoo and other authentic instruments.
Cherie Karo Schwartz has performed nation-wide to great acclaim for her wise and witty stories, many based upon the wealth of Jewish folktales from around the world. Her stories are clever and ring true for all people, invoking smiles and touching hearts.
Especially for children 5 and older accompanied by an adult is the Family Concert, 3:00pm - 3:45pm. This concert of stories with Paul and Cherie is sponsored by Douglas County Libraries and is free.
The day-long event, with many storytelling sessions, is $30. The full schedule and registration is available at rmstory.org/festival