Join local history librarian Chelsea Johnson as she explores the emotional, intellectual, and connective benefits of storytelling for both children and adults. She will discuss how story sharing shapes and exercises the brain, and share tips for how to tell a good tale. The program will also provide ideas for a variety of activities that bring generations together. Presented by Chelsea Johnson.
Chelsea Johnson is the local history and genealogy librarian for the Marshall District Library (Marshall, MI), with a MLIS from Wayne State University. She is currently pursuing archival certification from the same institution. In addition to her work with the library, Chelsea also serves on the boards of the Marshall Historical Society, Calhoun Co. Genealogical Society, and Michigan Genealogical Council. She is currently researching her Bloomfield, Cafferty, and Klein family lines.
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