We had a wonderful inauguration for our Little Library on our cul de sac. Our neighbors came out and filled it up in less than two minutes! A special thanks to Fabian Ramirez and Karina Lakhanpal for the artwork! My family—hubby, dad, mom and boys for the hard labor to set it up! Thanx Lisa Lopez-Williamson for enabling me to get the Little Library and all the awesome work you did in El Paso!
You might be surprised by the items being auctioned! Please help support the National Storytelling Network.
This conference has been great! Still have a weekend full of events to go! Here is the link:
I would like to thank my marvelous friend and supporter, Maria Lopez, for bringing this storytelling opportunity to my attention. Here is the two-minute pitch. I hope you like it!
The festival is right around the corner!
This year I was honored to be asked to present my workshop: Storytelling in the Dual Language Classroom. So, if there are any teachers in the Dallas/Denton area the weekend of March 12-14, you might be interested in attending. There are other great workshops as well. For more info on the workshops follow this link:
I will also be performing my story, Xochitl y Papalotl, at the Fringe Concert from 3:30-5:00 on Saturday, March 14. If you don’t know what a Fringe Concert is and you’re in the vicinity, stop by and learn!
There are a lot of free activities for families as well. For more info, please visit the website at:
I will be storytelling on the trolley from 5 to 6 PM. Each ride is 15 minutes long.
I would like to thank Thenisha Smith from the Fort Worth Public Library Youth Services Department for inviting me to perform this weekend in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. I will be performing at the following libraries at these scheduled times:
Southwest Regional Library (4001 Library Lane): Saturday, 10/12/19 10:30-11:30 AM
eSkills Library & Job Center (2800 Stark Street): Saturday, 10/12/19 4:00-5:00 PM
Central Library Youth Center (500 W 3rd Street): Sunday, 10/13/19 3:00-4:00 PM
I look forward to performing for the Fort Worth Community!
I want to thank the El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department for awarding me a grant that will allow me to tell “Scary Stories” at five venues this fall.
If you know a library or school within the El Paso city limits who is interested in a one-hour storytelling performance, have them “Contact Mi!”