Bring the Family Out for STORYTIME!

Storytellers will engage audiences with

Fairy Tales & Multi-cultural Folktales!

We invite your family to ANY of the Storytimes listed below!

*~*All Storytimes are FREE and open to the public*~*

Tuesday, July 3rd @ 2:00 pm
Louisville Free Public Library – Fern Creek Branch
6768 Bardstown Rd.
Louisville, KY 40291

Tuesday, July 10th @ 2:30 pm
Louisville Free Public Library – Jeffersontown Branch
10635 Watterson Trail
Louisville, KY 40299

Saturday, July 14th @ 11:00 am
Louisville Free Public Library – St. Matthews Branch
3940 Grandview Avenue
Louisville, Kentucky 40207

Tuesday, August 7th @ 2:30 pm
Louisville Free Public Library – Bon Air Branch
2816 Del Rio Place
Louisville, Kentucky 40220


Why Tell Stories?
Stories Can Help Children:

Motivate interest in reading

Develop language

Cope with stress

Develop imagination

Appreciate his/her own cultural heritage, as well as others

Make decisions

Form judgments and values

If you have any further questions please contact Heather Burns at or our office at 502-587-7990/1-800-587-7990.


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We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be guest teaching artists at the Frazier History Museum camp From the Page to the Stage. It’s a fun, week-long camp in which kids get to pick a moment from history and create a dramatic performance to share with an audience.

Everyone loves to watch Frazier History Museum historic interpreters bring history to life through drama. Now, campers will have an all-access pass to learn just how they do it! The historic interpreters will explain how they choose characters, create costumes, research and write scripts, and learn their lines. Each day, campers will work with museum staff and an educator from the Blue Apple Players to develop their own short, historic-themed play.

June 25 through 29. For Grades 3 – 6

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