The Vermillion Public Library is pleased to announce that storyteller Indiana Bones will be appearing in the Community Room on Wednesday, Oct. 13 for a special family program. The show begins promptly at 4 p.m. and is free to the public. In celebration of Native American Day, Indiana Bones will incorporate some Native American tales into his delightful repertoire of myths and legends.
Indiana Bones combines archeology, puppets, adventure, artifacts, mythology and folklore to entertain audiences around the country. A former PBS documentary producer/writer, TV personality, professional actor and faculty member of Mississippi State University, Indy is now a full time professional storyteller and guest lecturer at the University of New Mexico.
This program is open to all ages and registration is not required. If you have any questions, please contact Children's Librarian, Joyce Moore, at 605-677-7060 for more information.