The week's events
- - FIRST SUNDAY STORYTELLING WITH KAREN RAE KRAUT
FIRST SUNDAY STORYTELLING WITH KAREN RAE KRAUT
Catch the last storytelling event of the season! On May 5, from 2-2:30 p.m., the amazing Karen Rae Kraut will perform at the Riverside Art Museum downtown, located at 3425 Mission Inn Avenue.
As days grow longer we remember how “Grandmother Spider Brings the Light.” Karen Rae Kraut will also treat audiences to the rollicking tale of “How the Hare Drank Boiling Water and Married the Beautiful Princess.” Season finale will conclude with a celebration of hare’s victory in music, song and dance. Everyone’s invited to join in!
“Riveting,..children were spellbound! Their eyes were popping out of their heads and they wriggled (appropriately) in their seats.” —Marion Mitchell-Wilson, Inlandia Institute
“The kids talked about your show for days!” —Jenny Wren, Hollydale Library
“Thank you for the wonderful performance! I can see why people are so entranced with you! You’re
fabulous!” —Nell Ramsay, Beaumont District Library
About Karen Rae Kraut
Karen Rae Kraut is an award-winning family performing artist, storyteller, variety entertainer, comedienne, singer, teaching artist and workshop presenter. Her shows include adaptations of world folktales, music, songs, movement, and her own special brand of audience participation. She has performed for school, library, and community audiences since 1990 from California to East Tennessee.