EventsStorytime: Black History Month Storytelling

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Storytime: Black History Month Storytelling

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM


Storyteller - Sandra Whiting

As a charismatic storyteller, Sandra has told her tales on radio and television, spoken at hundreds of schools to thousands of children from all across Ontario to South Africa-, in boardrooms, in churches, in libraries, in prisons at festivals and at many special events.

She shares African & Caribbean folktales and increasingly personal stories of growing up in the Caribbean and her experiences in Canada.

Twitter: Sanrawhiting

Facebook: @sandrawhiting

Story: Anancy set

Anancy is a trickster hero from West Africa. He is why all of our tongues are red; he brought debt to the world; made puss (cats) and dogs fight; made wasps sting as well as gave us common sense…. and so much more. Come listen to an Anancy tale or two..

Registrants will receive an email with the Zoom link 3 hours prior to the program.

If you do not receive the Zoom link the day before the program:

Please note:

The email will be from

It may be in your junk/spam folder.

The subject should read [ZOOM LINK] (Black History Month Storytelling) – (Feb. 17).

If you still cannot find the email, please contact us prior to the program start time so we can send you the link again.

** Online registration closes one day prior to the event, to register after, please email

Suitable for children ages 3 to 11 and families

    Suitable for:
    Birth to Five
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