Ghost Stories and Songs from the Mountain
Gather ’round and listen…
Miss Judy will entrance and delight you with haunting tales and songs that have been passed down through the generations. From sentimental Victorian tales to timeless narrative songs, you’ll share in the joys, sorrows, and concerns of the poets who wrote them so long ago as well as the people who have passed them on and reshaped them ever since. Songs and stories will be interwoven with real historical details, images, and letters from Miss Judy’s own ancestors to create a uniquely magical experience.
Psst… To keep the stories going, Miss Judy will offer opportunities to participate and learn some of the songs. Plan to retell the stories and sing the songs with friends and family!
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Born in Northern Virginia, Judy Cook grew up with a love of music and singing learned from both of her parents. Judy began performing professionally in the early 1990s and has performed at programs and festivals from the Midwest to New England, along with annual tour dates in the UK since 1998. She is the author of A Quiet Corner of the War: The Civil War Letters of Gilbert and Esther Claflin, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin 1862-63 and has released eight full-length CDs of songs and ballads, including Light and Shade and Well Met: Songs of the Sea.
For all ages. Just drop in!
Space will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.