Fireside stories shared at Art Garage
TIM ERENETA lends his talents at Fireside Stories on Dec. 16.
This winter, the Sonoma Valley will host a clan of colorful characters – a winter witch, a band of goblins, one bright raven and some unexpected residents of an enchanted forest – all coming to life in front of a roaring fire. Sonoma Valley Museum of Art will offer up Fireside Stories at the Art Garage, a new venture at Bacchus Glass Studio on Eighth Street East.
Fireside Stories will take place on the evening of Friday, Dec. 16, at 7 p.m.
Children are invited to bring blankets and pillows and wear their pajamas to take full advantage of the experience. Fireside Stories will also provide families the opportunity to see a working glass-blowing studio and to partake of delicious holiday treats and drinks with their friends and neighbors.
Tim Ereneta, who brought “Rapunzel” and “The Little Sea Hare” to life at the museum this summer as part of the Sundown Stories series, is returning to be the teller for Fireside Stories. Ereneta is a Berkeley-based award-winning storyteller who spins folk and fairy tales with a contemporary twist.
Adult admission is $10, with children under 12 admitted free. The program is supported by a grant from the Sonoma Valley Vintners and Growers Association.
Tickets are available by contacting Sonoma Valley Museum of Art at www.svma.org or 939-7862.
Bacchus Glass Studio is located at 21707 Eighth St., E., Unit 6, Sonoma.