SHARON'S RECENT & UPCOMING APPEARANCES
 

Sunset Storytelling and Stargazing
on Waitt's Mount, Malden, MA
April 2016 and April 2017.
Read about it here!


"Inspired by this year’s book selection, The Martian by Andy Weir,
this event is a community celebration of both art and science,
a chance to enjoy a “hidden gem” of a park in Malden,
and a communal way to experience the awe of our place in the universe."

 

 


 
Sharon was Featured Teller at the
White Mountain Storytelling Festival!
September 23-25, 2016,
in Waterville Valley, NH

Sharon presented full-length shows for both adults and children, and a ghost story on Friday night!

download a poster
 

Dublin (OH) Irish Festival!
2014

Sharon performed
"Mary Margaret O'Connell, Lowell Mill Girl" and three shows for children and adults


 

The Moodance Festival Windsor, VT
October 5th, 2013

Moondance is a "Street Festival held in downtown Windsor, Vermont celebrating the known and unknown, merging science and education with art and street performances. It is the Mission of Moondance to elevate the energy, educational and artistic levels, and possibilities of our region, to build a happier, healthier, more engaged and connected community, and to Inspire and Delight."

Sharon will be doing two performances about the Fairy Folk, for adults and children.
Visit facebook.com/moondancevermont for more!



Sharon performed on the Children's Stage and on the Heritage Stage.

FROM THE FESTIVAL BROCHURE: "There is a hunger for stories. For children, stories take them into another world. For adults, stories bring back memories, and give people the opportunity to reflect on and feel things their lives haven't allowed them to focus on." Sharon Kennedy performs stories from around the world, but is best known for those drawn from the Irish oral tradition: tales of the "little people" and the fairy world, of shapeshifting seals known as "selchies" who can assume human form, of giants and wizards, and of magical encounters between ordinary people and extraordinary worlds.

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Celebrating the centennial of a major event in American labor history!
Download a PDF flyer and full description here

Thursday, September 13, 7 pm
Medford (MA) Public Library
phone 781-395-7950

Thursday, September 20, 7 pm
Somerville (MA) Public Library
phone 617-623-5000

Saturday, September 22, 2 pm
House of Seven Gables, Salem, MA
phone 978-744-0991 • 7gables.org

Wednesday, October 24, 2 pm
Northern Essex Community College
phone 781-393-7566

 

Medford Stories
An oral history project in Medford, MA

Teenagers in Medford will be collecting stories from senior citizens in their city.

This inter-generational project is being led by Sharon and sponsored by Medford Health Matters.