Providence Children’s Museum will feature Len Cabral, an internationally renowned author who through his creative and lively performances transports audiences into his stories. This performance will take place on Friday, December 15, 2017 during our “MetLife Family Friday- Free at Five” from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM. The Museum will be open free to everyone from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Len Cabral’s exciting storytelling performances capture audiences’ attention as he brings stories from Africa, Cape Verde and the Caribbean along with his own tales to enrich their minds. He not only tells these stories, but encourages storytelling as an art form with his workshops for kids and adults. He has been showcasing his stories since 1976 in schools, museums and festivals around the globe. His performances have taken him throughout the United States, Ireland, Belgium, Austria, Holland and Canada. He has written a children’s book, numerous folktales and was awarded the National Storytelling Network 2001 Circle of Excellence Oracle Award. His performances, along with his passion for storytelling, create an engaging experience for all ages.
His performance will invite children and families to realize the power of their own stories and encourage them to work on their ability to use their imagination and transform it into a vibrant tale of their own. This enriching performance is recommended for children of 5 years and up and is an amazing chance to introduce children to other cultures and facilitate their empathic intelligence.
For questions and more information on programming and performances visit http://www.ChildrenMuseum.org/calendar.asp, call (401) 273-5437 ext. 234 or contact Info@ChildrenMuseum.org.