Enjoy African American folktales with storyteller “Janice the Griot.” In this interactive, music filled workshop, Janice the Griot shares popular animal folklores taught in the African American community that incorporates cultural values. Children will create their own folktales during this storytelling workshop.
Museum admission required.
Event begins at 12:00PM
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