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Monday, April 18, 2016

Altadena Public Library Presents A Day of Play with Story Chicks

On Saturday, June 4th from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Barbara J. Pearson Community Room of the Main library, the Altadena Library District will present The Altadena Open Studios Tour with a day of activities from Story Chicks.

As part of the Altadena Open Studios Tour make sure you stop by The Altadena Library to be part of ‘A Story Chicks Day Of Play’ creating art and props, writing your own stories, and acting and dancing onstage! As teachers and stage directors for many years these gals will expertly inspire and guide you, the audience, in bringing your own stories to life onstage! CE Jordan and Terri MartinLujan, one tall and one small story chick, will then perform a collection of their classic country childhood adventures as a finale to the day at 4pm, ‘Fun & Games: Story Chicks Kick Off The Summer!’ Come be part of the amazing action!

Meet the Story Chicks! Two writers, two dancers, two creative choreographers and directors, and two antic actors, all rolled into one tall and one small chick. Two different people combining their stories to become a magical blend to delight and transport you back to your own childhood memories. Magical, universal, heartfelt, tender, and hilarious. One from Texas. One from California.

Story Chicks is real life, and as Terri and CE say: “We make memories, so we can tell stories.”

The Altadena Library is located at 600 East Mariposa Street, Altadena. For more information please call (626) 798-0833. For a schedule of events, visit the library on the web at



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