Stories With Claire at Memory Cafe WHEN? October 18, 2017 WHAT? Stories to celebrate the fall and spooky holidays! AUDIENCE? This is a group event - bring Stories With Claire to your event!
Stories With Claire at Cary Town Center Halloween Mall Crawl! WHEN? October 28, 2017, 4 PM WHAT? Spooky stories to celebrate Halloween AUDIENCE? This fun free event is open to the public - see you there!
Northern Wake Storytelling Circle will take a hiatus for the summer. Check for updates in the fall! Thank you for sharing your stories.
Tell Us a Story, January 4, 2012, The News & Observer
A Storyteller's Tale, 2008, The Wake Weekly
Claire Ramsey, 2007, Henderson Daily Dispatch
"The audience left with a better appreciation for the surrounding area of Holly Springs. The crowd quickly surrounded her after the performance wanting to know more, she hardly had a moment to collect her thoughts and get a drink. Everyone wanted to talk to her." Brenda Priest, Holly Springs Arts Council
"Claire did a great job engaging and involving the audience. I highly recommend her!" Youth Services Librarian, Rural Hall Branch Library, Forsyth County Libraries
"Kids and staff loved the stories. It was great exposing the kids to a world outside of what they are used to." Media specialist, South Warren Elementary School, Warrenton, NC
"The Stories with Claire were the perfect addition to our Festival. The Frightfully Funny Tales went along perfectly with the theme of our event and were enjoyed by children and parents alike." Heather C. Rollins, Sales Manager, Smith's Nursery Fall Festival, Benson, NC
"I enjoyed your stories and would be more than happy to invite you to come back to our school and perform anytime... Good job!" "I really enjoyed the stories. They all had a lesson that I learned from them all." Students, Day of the Dead Celebration, Franklinton High School, Franklinton, NC
"A unique, entertaining, and highly personalized perspective on our town’s history." Mark Kelly, Town of Holly Springs
"We really enjoyed your stories and the festival and will make it a point to go every year now." Rich Green, Cub Scout Leader, Wake County Public Libraries' Storytelling Festival