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November ‘Children’s Hour’ a double feature

Staff Report

The November “Children’s Hour” features the storytelling of Sophia Cliffe and Bonnie Weber at the Waynesboro Heritage Museum on Friday, Nov. 20 at 6:30 p.m.

Sophia Cliffe’s stories for November revolve around food. An Appalachian adventure with a hungry bear and other colorful characters is sure to make you smile as will the funny tale from Germany about a clever cook who loves eating as much as she loves cooking.

Bonnie Weber’s is a relatively newcomer to the Storytellers Guild but she has loved telling stories for years, to anyone that would listen. Her stories are about the people she loved during her childhood. She brings a sense of humor that delights audiences of both children and adults.

Both programs are suitable for school age children and adults. The program is free, but donations to the Heritage Museum are encouraged.

The “Children’s Hour” is program of the Wayne Theatre Alliance and is supported by a grant from the Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge.

For more information contact Dr. Clair Myers at 540.943.9999 or by email at director@waynetheatre.org.


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