ADRIAN, MI – Master storyteller Genot Picor spins interactive stories and songs for all ages during “Stories of the Night” an event held on Friday, October 19 at 7:00 P.M. Picor brings folklore to life for all ages from the land of his Huron and French-Canadian ancestors with voice, movement, song and dance.
Why do wolves and coyotes howl at the moon? How is it that the Big Dipper tips back? Picor has performed throughout Michigan and beyond and is a member of the Michigan Arts and Humanities 2012-2015 Touring Directory. Join in the adventure of discovery under the canopy of stars for “Stories of the Night.”
Admission is FREE and this event is open to the public. The Robinson Planetarium is located in Peelle Hall on the Adrian College campus. For more information contact Dr. Sarah Hanson at 264-3944.