About this Event
1600 N. 25 E., Chesterton, IN 46304http://on.IN.gov/indianadunessp
32nd NWI Indiana Storytelling Festival
All programs are outdoors. Note: If inclement weather, programs will be moved into the Nature Center Auditorium or nearby shelter.
Dress for the weather and bring a lawn chair for social distancing.
Friday, October 15th
7-8 p.m. - STORIES AND SING ALONGS
Join folk musician Luke Nover along with Northwest Indiana Storytellers as they present fun songs and stories this evening at the campground shelter next to site #113. Treats at the campfire will be provided thanks to the Friends of the Indiana Dunes. Parking is available at the Nature Center or Campground Gate overflow parking lots.
Saturday, October 16th
10:30-Noon - STORIES FOR CHILDREN
Just outside the Nature Center, around the fire ring, stories for all ages will come to life with the help of a variety of props, thingamajigs, or puppets to enthrall the listener.
1-2:30 p.m. - STORYTELLER’S FAVORITES
Come to the Nature Center’s Outdoor Fire Ring to hear the stories that each storyteller loves to tell over and over.
2:30-3:30 p.m. - STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD & AN OPEN MIC
Join us at the Nature Center’s Fire Ring where stories will be shared from around the world. Then the floor will be open to anyone wanting to share their favorite story, poem or song.
5:30-8:00 p.m. - GHOST STORIES!
A night of fright awaits you in this open-air concert at the Nature Center’s Fire Ring for the 32nd year in a row! Bring a blanket, lawn chair and a friend to hold on to as this program will feature a collection of spooky tales. Two special story sessions will take place. Children age 7 and under are encouraged to listen to the 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. tales. Stories for youth ages 8 and up will be from 7-8 p.m.
Apple cider and cookies will be provided thanks to the Friends of Indiana Dunes.