Lois Sprengnether Keel

storyteller in a blue hoodLoiS has been storytelling professionally since 1970. After more than 35 years as both a librarian & storyteller she is comfortable with groups of all ages and sizes, has a large repertoire of stories, & can create a program to fit almost any need with stories from around the world & back through time. LoiS is noted for a lively style & programs that often are participatory and may be enriched with music, sign language, or puppets. Among her historical programs, LoiS re-enacts a World War I “Hello Girl” and an Underground Railroad Station and Civil War home front abolitionist. Other historical programs are her “Victorian Christmas”, a program about the 50s, “Hired Girl” & “One-Room School Teacher.” A certified Word Weaving trainer, she conducts workshops for beginners through experienced tellers. LoiS is an artist on the following rosters: Michigan Humanities Touring Directory, Historical Society of Michigan Directory. She also is a VSA Arts of Michigan resident artist-educator.

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Lois Sprengnether Keel
5640 Farley Road
Clarkston, Michigan 48346-1739

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