Storyteller Harlynne Geisler
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858-569-9399 storybag@juno.com
Storytelling in San Diego, Southern California, and the World
Especially Storytelling School Assemblies in San Diego County

Storyteller Harlynne Geislerís Storytelling Shows & Workshops


Note: All shows are open to the public and are in California or (occasionally) Illinois and are free unless otherwise listed. Only Harlynne's public shows are listed. She also performs in schools, clubs, and private parties. If you wish to find out more about Harlynne's tape of children's stories, click here.


Join Harlynne every third Thursday on the month at 10:30am. Information: (858) 552-1655 FREE Preschool Stories told by Harlynne Geisler and a Craft. University Community Branch Library, 1455 Governor Dr., San Diego, 92122.

March 18 Harlynne Geisler tells preschool stories and primary stories at children's concerts at "Transformation," 7th Annual San Diego Storytelling Festival, March 18, Encinitas Library, 10:00am - 6:00pm. FREE storytelling concerts, workshops, and open mic for children, families and adults. Encinitas Library, 540 Cornish Dr., Encinitas (760) 753-7376.


November National Children's Book Week

Read Across America Day March 2

Turn off TV Week April

To book Storyteller Harlynne Geisler:
The Story Bag; A National Storytelling Newsletter
5361 Javier Street, San Diego, CA 92117-3215
858-569-9399
fax: 858-569-0205 e-mail: storybag@juno.com

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NOTE: LIBRARIES ARE BEING HIT HARD BY THE BUDGET CRISIS. CALL BEFORE ATTENDING THE SHOW TO MAKE SURE THAT IT IS STILL FUNDED...AND DONATE MONEY TO YOUR LIBRARY!!!!!

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Only public shows are listed, not private shows for clubs, retirement homes, schools, etc. All shows are subject to change or cancellation w/o notice. Call 858-569-9399 or e-mail Harlynne at storybag@juno.com for an update on new shows being added daily and to find out what private locations she'll be doing.

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