Presented by Zoe Dalheim, Vera Kalm and Dolores Birch
The Bookstore, Lenox, 4 p.m.

Folk tales are an ancient way to gather together and share history and culture. Join us as Zoe Dalheim reads stories from her Greek heritage; Vera Kalm shares her Hungarian heritage; and Dolores Birch relates a tale from the American South. Snacks and Matt’s wine bar will add to the event.


Zoe Dalheim is co-founder of The Literacy Network of Southern Berkshire and an advocate for adult learners. She is a former member of the organizing committee of the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers and the Annual International Women’s Day conferences.

Vera Kalm retired as Executive Director of the World Health Organization’s New York office at the United Nations. She is a longtime Board member of Berkshire Women for Women Worldwide, where she served many years as Vice President for Programs and organizer of the annual International Women’s Day conferences.

Dolores Birch is a retired teacher, librarian, and native of Georgia.