Stories of Florida -
Orlando Public Library, Library Central
Saturday, November 12, 2 p.m.
E-mail this program to a friend.
Click on the corresponding date to add an event to your personal calendar.*
Stop by the library for an impressive blend of bilingual, cultural, folk, and historical tales as told by award-winning storyteller Carrie Sue Ayvar. Experience the rich oral practice of storytelling as you’ve never experienced it before. She is a nationally acclaimed storyteller dedicated to preserving and promoting the art of storytelling. Of Eastern European Jewish descent, Ayvar grew up in the oral tradition and continues to share engaging stories of her father’s show business memories along with newer Latin-inspired tales she has added to her repertoire from her time in Mexico. Her stories cross language lines and connect Florida residents through imaginative tales that unite people of all cultural backgrounds.
*This special event, brought to you by the Friends of the Orange County Library System, is FREE and everyone is invited.
Would you like to receive updates about future Second Saturday programs?
Send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll add you to our list.
Tell Us What You Think
Help shape the programming at your local library.
Fill out a survey at
Your opinion is valued!
*View the step-by-step instructions to add the event to your personal calendar.
View full listing of upcoming events