Stories of Florida – Con Sabor!
Storyteller Carrie Sue Ayvar
Lake County Library System is proud to present Stories of Florida – Con Sabor! Storyteller Carrie Sue Ayvar the Baysinger Memorial County Library on Thursday, April 16th, 2009 at 6 p.m. in the Puryear Building located on the corner of Lake Avenue and Orange Avenue in Groveland.
Flowing seamlessly between Spanish and English, storyteller Carrie Sue Ayvar takes her audiences on a multicultural journey of the imagination with her large repertoire of tales. Con un poquito de sabor Latino (with a bit of Latino flavor), Ayvar blends traditional, international, and personal stories, connecting Florida’s people, languages, and cultures.
Carrie Sue Ayvar is a third-generation award-winning storyteller who came of age in Mexico. A Chautauqua scholar and Artist-in-Education, Ayvar received training at the Kennedy Center. She is very involved in Florida storytelling guilds and is the Florida State liaison to the National Storytelling Network. Ayvar also participates in FHC's PRIME TIME Family Reading program as a bilingual storyteller.
The public is invited to this FREE program brought to you by the Lake County Library System and the Florida Humanities Council. For additional information call: 352-429-5840 or visit www.mylakelibrary.org.