Night Lights

In “Night Lights,” entertaining stories of stars take us on a multi-cultural voyage across the heavens. These favorite tales and songs celebrate our starry skies and luminous planets as well as the magic of fireflies and the star-like treasure hidden inside of every apple. Participatory and fun for all ages, “Night Lights” is the perfect evening entertainment!

“Thank you for a wonderful program last Saturday. It couldn’t have been better. You really know how to act out great stories and myths. We all enjoyed your program immensely.” Sandy Pierson, Myles Standish State Forest, Carver, MA

For SUMMER READING 2019 A UNIVERSE OF STORIES Diane has a special version of “Night Lights” sure to hold the attention of everyone in today’s library audiences!

“Night Lights” for Summer Reading 2019: Don’t miss one of the best summer reading performances around! From fireflies to favorite constellations Diane spins tales about the “Night Lights” that make our world bright. Diane’s programming is always full of family fun: Pick a starry costume and join in the Estonian tale of Lindu, the goddess of the birds, sing along with the wind to discover the starry treasure the Oldest Apple Tree hides and help Princess Firefly discover the beloved bug that she will love. Lots more in this animated performance as enchanting tales take us on a multi-cultural voyage across the heavens.

“Thank you for your exciting performance, “Night Lights.” Everyone who came had a fantastic time! Interacting with a storyteller brings stories to a new level for children, helping them to develop their creativity, open their minds and expand their horizons.” Heather Marchetta, Youth Services Librarian, Richard Storrs Library, Longmeadow, MA

“Thank you for such a wonderful performance of “Night Lights” at the Abington Public Library this summer! Our young library users loved the opportunity to join you on stage and become a part of the story. I was thrilled with the variety of tales you shared, bringing the stories of cultures from around the globe to new ears, both young and old. This program attracted a multi-generational audience and captured everyone’s attention and heart regardless of age.” Lauren Budd, Children’s Librarian, Abington Public Library, Abington, MA