The Ellwood City Storytelling Festival, a free event, will be held on September 16 from 4:00 to 7:30 p.m. in Ewing Park.
The festival is a beloved community event that features free activities for children and professional storytellers. This year’s theme “Into the Woods” will feature many tales.
The storytelling stage will feature the talent of Tim Hartman, Bill Pate, Jocelyn Dabney, Mike Perry, and Lisa Hollingsworth-Segedy.
The event will keep children busy with free balloon art by Haberman Magic; free face painting by Face Painting by Nancy; and free horse-drawn trolley rides.
Festival goers will be able to purchase and enjoy delicious foods at the Ellwood City Rotary, Katy’s Baked Goods, and Custom Cakes by Jodie booths.
The Ellwood City Storytelling Festival is sponsored by Ellwood City Community Enrichment and planned in coordination with the Ellwood City Area Public Library.
The event is made possible by: Katy’s Baked Goods, Aiken Refuse, Lawrence County Commissioners, WesBanco, Ellwood Group Inc, Stramba Farm & Fiber Mill, Armstrong, T&M Hardware and Rental, Medevac Ambulance, Blank Concrete & Supply Company, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Dalton Service Company LLC, Municipal Women’s Club, Carole Kinney, Holy Redeemer Parish, First Church of God, Blanche Novak, Ellen & Gary Jackson, Connie & Lori MacDonald, Women of Faith International, Calvin Presbyterian Church, North Sewickley Presbyterian Church, Richard & Marlene Painter, Charles & Marsha Timblin, the Hoyt Foundation, and the Caroline Knox Memorial Fund.