Anne's Performance Calendar:
November 17 at 7 PM
A worldwide evening of storytelling for grown-ups!
🍓 Join the Seacoast Storytellers at our annual Tellabration! Event - An Evening of Storytelling for Grown-ups - on November 17 at 7 pm - in the Tyco Visitors Center, 14 Hancock Street in Portsmouth, NH. This event is hosted by the Seacoast Storytellers in partnership with the Strawbery Banke Museum. 🍓
🍓 The evening performance features eight accomplished New Hampshire storytellers: Shawn Middleton, Joy Landry, Pam Matson, Barbara Ann Paster, Anne Jennison, Debra Ballou, Papa Joe Gaudet and our special guest teller, Simon Brooks! We are going to have a rollicking good time! Be there or be square!
🍓 Additionally, the Storytellers will have their cds and books available for purchase (think ahead to the upcoming holiday season!). There will also be some yummy treats by the Cookie Bomb Cookie Co. and the Fig Tree Kitchen.
🍓 You can buy your tickets in advance. Click here: Strawberry Banke website.
2019 Performances -
THE DAWNLAND STORYFEST
FEBRUARY 2, 2019
new hampshire’s only native american storytelling festival!
Anne is the featured storyteller this year.
A warm spot in cold and snowy February, the Dawnland Storyfest - New Hampshire's only annual Native American Storytelling Festival. This is the 5th year anniversary for the festival.
The Festival takes place each year during the heart of the winter storytelling season. In this, its 5th year the Dawnland Storyfest is changing homes and will now be held at the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner, NH
Beaded Birchbark Earrings
May 18, 2019 10 AM - 12 NOON
Join Anne at the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner, NH from 10 a.m. - noon. Anne has been asked to teach a workshop on how to make the beaded birchbark earrings that are her original design, using a traditional Abenaki beading technique and the skills Anne also uses to make Abenaki styles of birchbark containers and baskets.
MOOSE MOUNTAIN REGIONAL GREENWAYS & BRANCH HILL FARM
AUGUST 10, 2019 1:30 pm
Back for her 2nd year at this festival, Anne will be sharing traditional Northeastern Native American Stories at 1:30 p.m.
Strawbery Banke Museum, Portsmouth, NH (Jones House)
I’ll be at Strawbery Banke, giving craft demonstrations and chatting informally with visitors for their upcoming special events, such as the Thanksgiving program for school groups in November and the very festive holiday season Candlelight Stroll weekends in December.
For the Thanksgiving school program, I’ll be teaching corn husk doll making & giving a Native perspective on the holiday. During the Candlelight Stroll weekends, I’ll be giving craft demonstrations, making Native American themed holiday ornaments, and visiting with guests as they go through the beautifully decorated buildings.
DECEMBER 3, 2018
WINTER GATHERING AT MT. KEARSARGE INDIAN MUSEUM
Corn Husk Dolls - “The Doll With No Face”
Anne has been invited back to the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner, NH to give her 3rd workshop on how to make traditional Northeastern Woodlands cornhusk dolls. Contact the museum directly for event details.
ANNE WILL ALSO GIVE A STORYTELLINNG PERFORMANCE AT THE MKIM WINTER GATHERING ON DECEMBER 3, 2018
IN-SCHOOL STORYTELLING RESIDENCY -
december 5, 2018
31 Academy street, south berwick, me
Anne will be working with the 6th grade Humanities classes at Berwick Academy, as their storytelling coach. The students have been busy drafting and crafting personal narratives this Fall. Anne will have the pleasure of working with the students to help them take their written stories and shape them into Moth-like stories that they will share in an oral storytelling event for their families and friends at a later date in December.
17TH ANNUAL WOODS, WATER, & WILDLIFE FESTIVAL IN MILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE