As the constellation Virgo or Astraea rises this September so does Astrae’s story ~ this Greek goddess felt such compassion for humanity she asked to be turned into a star so that she might watch over us and never leave. Her tears at our travails transformed into the lovely Asters whose name means “star.” For my Language of Flowers performances this fall I will be telling this myth for the first time.
Upcoming EventsJun28Wed10:00 am Tales of Whales & other Sea Crea... @ Sunrise Montessori School, Franklin, MATales of Whales & other Sea Crea... @ Sunrise Montessori School, Franklin, MAJun 28 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 amDiane performs Tales of Whales & other Sea Creatures at Sunrise Montessori School in Franklin, MA. This will be Diane’s 7th time returning to Sunrise. If you wish to preview this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tales of Whales Let’s go … Continue reading →6:00 pm Stone Soup @ Brownell Library, Little Compton, RIStone Soup @ Brownell Library, Little Compton, RIJun 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pmDiane performs Stone Soup for children and their families at the Brownell Library in Little Compton, RI. This event is free and open to the public! Stone Soup! and other heartwarming tales Building Community is more fun than ever when … Continue reading →Jun29Thu12:30 pm Favorite Nature Tales @ Summer Arts at Derby Academy, Hingham, MAFavorite Nature Tales @ Summer Arts at Derby Academy, Hingham, MAJun 29 @ 12:30 pm – 1:15 pmDiane brings some of her favorite nature stories to Summer Arts at Derby Academy including Princess Firefly, a Japanese folktale about the origin of Fireflies, and What Now, Cloacina? Diane’s original water conservation story that entertains as it educates. Diane … Continue reading →