Storyteller Brings All-Ages Laughter
Storyteller brings all-ages laughter to library
San Francisco Bay Area Storyteller John Weaver returns to local libraries July 10-11, with tale-spinning stops in San Luis Obispo, Atascadero and Paso Robles.
Storyteller John Weaver, usually known for spreading silliness during his all-ages performances throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and well beyond, will be sharing bilingual tales of Juan Bobo, the Puerto Rican folktale character who never gets things quite right.
Storyteller John Weaver is a parent, performer and Early Childhood Educator who shares his traditional oral storytelling at schools, libraries, zoos and other family attractions.
Weaver’s last storytelling visit to the Central Coast took place in October. All of the library programs are free. Families are encouraged to check in with the event locations for information.
Wednesday, July 10
- 10:30am San Luis Obispo Library, 995 Palm Street
Thursday, July 11
- 11am Atascadero Library at Colony Park Community Center, 5599 Traffic Way
- 1pm Paso Robles City Library, 1000 Spring Street: All-ages family performance.
- 3pm Paso Robles Library Study Center, 3600 Oak Street #101: Stories for ages 6+.