I’ve been going to this school for years, presenting my storytelling program, “When Legends Come Alive”, for 3rd Grade, who study Native American History and Culture.
Program Date: November 7th, 2015 at 1pm
Program Address: 19036 Vanowen Blvd, Reseda, CA 91335
GERI KEAMS, will be telling stories at the Getty Museum on Family Festival day on October 4th, 2015 at 12:15 and 3:30PM. Tickets are free and programs will be presented in the Lecture Hall.
Geri performer her story, “The Quillwork Girl” inside the infamous Luminarium made in England and now touring America! Sitting on the Los Angeles City Hall grounds, Exxopolis, the size of a football field, became a centerpiece of the Music Center’s presentations of “Random Acts of Performance”.
It was so much fun to be part of the 2013 cooking camp for kids. They got to come up with family recipes, come up with a budget, cook their meals and families came to taste to food!
5th Graders learn about Native American culture from Storyteller, Geri Keams.
Geri had fun with students when they created their very own Native American legend!
Geri presented her children’s storytelling show, “Legends Come Alive” and workshops in Ancient Pictographs and Storyboarding of a Native American Legend.
Geri has traveled to Montana, Nebraska, Arizona, and Southern California to tell stories this year!
Omaha Public School District, Native American Programs, and The Rose Theatre in Downtown Omaha produced the stage production of the original children’s book written by Geri Keams.