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Public performances coming up for 2017!

Here are some upcoming public performances:

I will be performing Anne Frank remembered. A story of Perseverance, Love, and Hope! at The Dunstable Library, 588 Main Street, Dunstable, MA on March 28, 2017 @ 6pm

I will be performing Laura Ingalls Wilder at The Wood Memorial Library on April 1, 2017 @ 2pm

I will be performing Amelia Earhart at The Hanover Senior Center, 665 Center St, Hanover, MA, on April 10, 2017 @ 1:30pm

I will be performing Amelia Earhart at The Wenham Museum, 132 Main Street, Wenham, MA 01984, on April 18, 2017 @ 10:45am. Wenham Museum

I will be performing Anne Frank at The Brighton Public Library, 40 Academy Hill Rd, Brighton, MA 02135, May 22, 2017 @ 6:30pm. Brighton Public Library

I will be performing Eleanor Roosevelt- “First Lady of the world” at The Litchfield Community Center May 25, 2017 @ 2pm

I will be performing Eleanor Roosevelt- “First Lady of the world” at The Susan B Anthony Museum, 67 East Road, Adams, MA 01220, June 25, 2017 @ 3pm. Susan B Anthony Museum

I will be performing my Eleanor Roosevelt- “First Lady of the world” show at Black Tavern Historical Society on September 21st, 2017 @ 7pm

Helen Keller performance at The Spar Hawks School December 16th @ 11am

Everyone is invited to come and preview this powerful performance. Helen Keller never let any thing stop her and never gave up. Come join me at The Spar Hawks School on December 16th @ 11am. The address is 4 Noel Street Amesbury MA. This program ties in perfectly with Anti-bullying, learning with disabilities, understanding our differences, biographies, and more!

New Character, Laura Ingalls Wilder coming this fall!

Don’t miss everyone’s favorite Pioneer Girl! In the fall, Laura Ingalls Wilder will be added to the line-up for Sheryl Faye Presents Historical Women! This show ties in wonderfully with:

  • Career Day
  • Units on pioneer life
  • The writing of biographies
  • Units on the westward expansion of the U.S.
  • The subjects of social studies and language arts


Join me as Clara Barton August 22nd for Clara Barton day!

Clara Barton Day on August 22nd

Come join me as Clara Barton on August 22nd in Dansville, NY from 10-2pm.

“Dansville, Livingston County, New York, being the country residence of Miss Clara Barton, president of the American Association of the Red Cross, its citizens, desirous of paying a compliment to her, and at the same time of doing honor to themselves, conceived the idea of organizing in their town the first local society of the Red Cross in the United States. To this end, a general preliminary meeting was held in the Presbyterian Church, when the principles of the Treaty of Geneva and the nature of its societies were defined in a clear and practical manner by Miss Barton, who had been invited to address the meeting. Shortly after, on the twenty-second of August 1881, a second meeting for the purpose of organization, held in the Lutheran Church and presided over by the paster, Rev. Dr. Strobel, was attended by the citizens generally, including nearly all religious denominations of the town with their respective pastors. The purpose of the meeting was explained by (its) president, a constitution was presented and very largely signed, and officers were electe