Tales for the Earth

April 22, 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day! Families are invited to join award-winning storyteller Diane Edgecomb for a special storytelling event just for Thomas Memorial Library! 

For families with children 3 and up!

If you missed the livestream
you can watch the video right here any time! 

Diane Edgecomb

About Diane Edgecomb

Diane Edgecomb is one of America’s leading storytellers, winner of the only ORACLE award for Storytelling Excellence in the Northeast the National Circle of Excellence award and five Storytelling World awards. A transformational teller with a rich background in the theatre arts, Diane’s dynamic storytelling embraces elements of theatre, movement and song bringing each piece vividly to life.

A featured teller on NPR and winner of a Year’s Best Performance award for her theater work in Boston, Diane’s storytelling has been seen at prestigious venues throughout the country and internationally for over twenty-five years including the National Storytelling Festival, the International Storytelling Center, the Scottish International Storytelling Festival and the Kurdish Heritage Library and Museum. Passionate about the power of story and what it can do for our world, Diane’s keynotes and workshops often accompany her performances inspiring a renewed vision for our world as well as encouraging each person’s expressive and narrative abilities.

To learn more about Diane,
please visit her website.


Fifty years of Earth Day