The Warwick Education Foundation proudly presents the annual Lititz Storytelling Festival, September 28 and 29, 2018.
Now in its seventh year, the popular event has grown to become a premier showcase for the art of storytelling both regionally and nationally, earning a Mid-Atlantic Spotlight Award from the National Storytelling Network.
This year’s Festival features an international line-up of well-known storytellers – some new to the event, others returning favorites – including Geraldine Buckley, Donald Davis, Lyn Ford, Andy Offutt Irwin and Charlotte Blake Alston. New for 2018 is the addition of musical performances by Keith Cochran and Friends. Visit www.LititzSF.org for ticket and schedule information.
Thank you Warwick High School Interact Club for walking with the Foundation float in the 2018 Lititz Independence Day Parade.
Johnathan Stephenson, Warwick High School Class of 2018, is the first recipient of the Warwick Education Foundation Lititz Storytelling Festival Scholarship. The scholarship was initiated in honor of Brenda Burkholder and David Worth founders of the Lititz Storytelling Festival. It is presented to a graduating senior who demonstrates excellence in the written word, spoken word, communications, or performance. Johnathan is a deserving recipient having been highly involved with musical performance including the Production Company, Show Choir and musicals while at Warwick High School.
Over 2,000 elementary students and their families participated in this year’s One School One Book One Community program – reading the same book at the same time. The program, designed to get kids reading and funded by the Warwick Education Foundation, is in its second year district-wide. Families read a chapter a night and conducted a variety of at-home activities – from service and art projects to games and just spending time together. The grand finale was an evening with book author Victoria J. Coe at Warwick Middle School. Woof! Woof! (that’s dog-speak for “high five”) to all who participated.