Elizabeth Kahura: African FolkTales

Performing online in an Exclusive Limited Engagement, Clara B. Mounce Public Library is proud to present:

Elizabeth Kahura

Starting Wednesday, June 17 | One Week Only

Elizabeth Kahura presents two virtual storytelling performances of FolkTales from Africa. Click the images below (or copy the links) to go to exclusive unlisted YouTube videos that will be active for one week only.

Elizabeth Kahura is a Texas Commission on the Arts storyteller who educates the public through music, performing arts, and storytelling the rich culture and history of Africa. Audiences learn how good moral values is shared from one culture to another. Concepts like the power to dream, character development, and self-empowerment come to life during the performances.

Come join us for these amazing virtual performances, brought to you by Mounce Library! Performances will be posted for 1 week, starting June 17.

These performances are a part of the Bryan + College Station Library System’s 2021 Summer Reading Program and will be available for one week only. The performances were funded by a grant to Mounce Library from the Texas Commission on the Arts and by funds from the Friends of the Library.

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