It was standing room only at the Bookstore on March 25 for the presentation of folktales from three different cultures: Greek, Hungarian and the Appalachian Mountains.
Vera Kalm read a funny, poignant story from her own translation of a famous Hungarian woman folk storyteller.
Judy Nardacci stood in for Zoe Dalheim, who was home nursing a cold, reading a marvelous folktale in the Greek tradition, written by Zoe.
Dolores Burch delighted the audience with her rendition of a traditional “Jack” tale from the American Appalachians.
The event concluded with a lively reception featuring homemade goodies and wine from host Matt Tannenbaum’s Get Lit wine bar.