RHINEBECK — Clinton Community Library is excited to present More Tales from the Hudson Valley, an evening of live storytelling for adults, on Saturday, March 21, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. at the Clinton Town Hall, 1215 Centre Road, Rhinebeck, NY. Four local storytellers from the Ancram Opera House will relate their experiences of adventure, humor, and life lessons.

Playwright Lauren Letellier, Hillsdale resident and press agent for the Ancram Opera House’s press agent, will host and tell a tale, along with storytellers Kat Collins from Hopewell Junction, Barbara Peduzzi from Chatham, and Mark Senak from Copake. Stories will include the challenges of a first job in retail, a volunteer effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, how an inverted pyramid comes to a point, and more.

“We are thrilled to work with Ancram Opera House for another storytelling event,” said Carol Bancroft, Library Director at Clinton Community Library. “Sharing our personal stories shows us that we are more alike than we are different. As we listen, we smile, laugh, cry, and empathize.”

A suggested donation of $10 at the door will benefit the Clinton Community Library. Guests are invited into the adjacent library for a reception with the storytellers following the program. The library wishes to thank the Ancram Opera House for its help in organizing this community event for a second year.

About the Clinton Community Library

Clinton Community Library, winner of the Joseph F. Shubert Award for Library Excellence, was established in 1965. It is located at 1215 Centre Rd. in Rhinebeck, NY, adjacent to the Clinton Town Hall. The library is open Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 9-5, Fridays from 11-7, and Saturdays from 9-1. The Library is the cornerstone of our community, enriching lives through free resources for learning, fun, and opportunity. For more information, call (845) 266-5530 or visit http://clinton.lib.ny.us.

About the Ancram Opera House

The Ancram Opera House is a non-profit organization that brings together residents and visitors of Ancram, the Hudson Valley, and neighboring Berkshires for sustaining, shared experiences in the performing arts. Today, Ancram Opera House rededicates itself to

aspects of its origins, producing and presenting inventive contemporary theatrical performances to be shared by a rural community. For information, call (518) 329-0114 or visit

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