Tales of Halloween at Garfield Farm Museum
Campton Hills, IL- Master Storyteller Reid Miller will be
giving two performances of his Tales of Halloween Show at Garfield Farm
Museum on Saturday, October 27th. The shows will feature stories both spoken
and sung. The 2:30pm matinee show is for younger children and their
families, while the 7:00pm show is for teenagers and adults.
Reid Miller is a story teller, musician, dancer,
dance teacher and caller, singer and puppeteer. He has entertained
generations of youngsters and families. His shows weave various art forms
into a unique blend of imagination inspiring enchantment. Generations of
young parents and grandparents are constantly returning and introducing
their children and grandchildren to Reid‚s beloved shows.
Reid grew up performing in Oklahoma and Louisiana.
As a young man he moved to Wisconsin, where for 35 years he has entertained
all generations. He is known for his acclaimed renditions of classic and
traditional folktales and songs, contemporary and original songs and
stories, and family contra dances. Reid has performed at the museum‚s
Harvest Days event for years and has always been well received.
The shows run $10 for adults, $5 for children, and a
maximum of $30 per family. Refreshments will be provided. Reservations can
be made by contacting the museum at (630) 584-8485 or
email@example.com. Garfield Farm Museum is
a 370 acre historically intact former 1840‚s prairie farmstead and teamster
inn that volunteers and donors are preserving as an 1840‚s living history
museum. The museum is located 5 miles west of Geneva, Illinois off ILL Route
38 on Garfield Road.
For more information about Garfield Farm send an e-mail message to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 630/584-8485.