Monthly Program:
At the Museum, 301 Traverse Street (on corner of Pine Street)

October 4th, 2018 (Thursday) - 7:00 p.m.

"Night Gallery"
Presented by: Jim Ribby

Come get in the mood for Halloween! Jim Ribby's Night Gallery uses short works by Edgar Allan Poe and other authors to set the mood for the longer spooky poems that follow it. The Audience will hear a lot of old favorites of the Halloween season and some they have probably never heard.

Jim has been performing poetry since 1994 in various venues including schools, bookstores, resorts and special events. He is best know for his historical presentation involving the American Civil War and the Middle ages. He preforms poetry in a manner that is conversational in nature. His goal is to present a poem in a way that the average person would tell a story that had a deep meaning to him to a close friend. He uses his performances to help preserve the tradition of storytelling and to present traditional values in an entertaining and positive way.

Admission by Donation
Seating limited to first 100 people to arrive.

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