Storytelling is for adults too! Come to the Berkeley Heights Public Library on Saturday, December 3 to listen to (and participate in) Kathryn Weidener’s stories about December holidays celebrated around the world. This program will take place by candlelight and last about 45 minutes. Weidener has performed around New Jersey everywhere from senior centers to school assemblies. She has been telling stories for 20 years and is a member of the New Jersey Storytelling Network. This event is free and open to all. The Berkeley Heights Public Library is located at 290 Plainfield Avenue in Berkeley Heights. For more information, please call the library at (908) 464-9333.
Stories by Candlelight at the Berkeley Heights Public Library
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