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Storyteller Lois Foight Hodges

Photo of Lois Foight Hodges 5442 St. Hwy. 30
Esperence, NY 12066

(518) 875-6008

Lois Foight Hodges tells folk tales from around the world, tales of her own making, and literary tales by other writers. For all ages, young children, school ages, teens and adults, she combines entertainment and age-old wisdom as she welcomes her listeners into the spell-binding community of Story.

She has performed at the New York State Museum, the Iroquois Indian Museum at Howes Cave, in Capital District public and private schools, libraries and churches, on WAMC’s "One Tale to Another," for a New York Library Association Youth Services Conference, in the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and the Bradford Public Library in Pennsylvania, and for the Hopevilla-Bacavi School, Hopi Nation, Arizona.

She is also a member of SweetLand Storytellers.

Audiences: PreK, K - 6th grades, Family, Adult.

Programs: All Tied Up: String Stories & Workshop; World on a String; All Join In (Participation Stories); Stories to Grow On: Celebrating the Growing Season & the Environment; A Joyful Noise: Musical Stories with Songs and Instruments; Mother Earth, Father Sky (Native American Stories); Tall Tales & Other Surprises.