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What is the schedule for the weekend?

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What is the schedule for the weekend?

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• Should I bring my kids? The Festival is not designed to be a children’s event. At most sessions, our invited storytellers may or may not tell stories appropriate for younger children. We suggest that the weekend performances are appropriate for ages 9 and up. There is one performance set aside on Sunday afternoon for children ages 4-8 and their families. Bring a picnic for the family or patronize our food vendor; the park has lots of space to run around and a nice playground. And of course, you are your own best judge of what your kids can handle. • I’m a teacher, can I bring my class? Yes… The Friday before the public festival, May 15, there are concerts for Students featuring three of our invited storytellers. This Storytelling Study Trip is for grades 3-6, takes place at the park from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. RESERVE NOW! (This usually sells out by November!) Download the reservation form here.

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The volunteers arrive Friday evening to participate in an orientation and teambuilding session, also hopefully having a chance to interact with your campers at a scheduled respite weekend. Saturday the volunteers work all-day and then half a day on Sunday. Back to top.

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