Jack-o-lanterns popping up on porches and spooky scarecrows hitchhiking Lakeshore Road herald Halloween’s fast approach. If you’re scrambling to complete your costume or debating whether to reward trick-or-treaters with Scat Bars or Adirondack Mountain Creams, I’d like to simplify your challenges with a quick, foolproof recommendation.
- Read McDaniel’s reflection on identity, fatherhood and the Lakeside School.
- Attend (and enjoy) Steven Kellogg’s storytelling presentation during the Harvest Halloween Festival.
Steven Kellogg, Artist & Raconteur
If you’re too harried (or hurried or horror’ed), here’s a quick excerpt covering both:
Steven Kellogg will be performing one of his famous interactive stories at the Harvest Hallo’ween Festival on Saturday October 20th at the Lakeside School in Essex, located at the corner of Cook and Leaning Rd… I am happy to see such a dynamic event as this happening where my family can share in the joy that Steven Kellogg can bring to all ages. This event will not only feature Steven Kellogg, but also many family oriented activities, all within the comfy confines of Black Kettle Farm, home of the Lakeside School. For more information please call 963-7385. See you a week from Saturday! (Essex on Lake Champlain)
Cena Shaw posted a comment early this morning with an important update about Steven Kellogg’s story:
Just wanted to mention that Steven Kellogg’s storytelling presentation will kick off the festival at 10:30 so if you are excited about attending the performance, please be sure the be there at 10:30! Hope to see you there! (Cena Shaw)
If you’ve never witnessed a LIVE Steven Kellogg storytelling presentation, he’s world class, totally enchanting and 10o% joyful to witness. Don’t miss this opportunity! And if you’ve seen him talk and draw his way through a story before… Well, I know you must already plan on attending.