Take a look at some of our PowerPoint programs and videos!
an interview with Artistic Director, Bette Lou Higgins, and find
out how Eden Valley began.
time -- app. 5 minutes)
Watch the trailer for our Emmy-Nominated Documentary about Emma Gatewood, the first woman to solo thru-hike the Appalachian Trail. This trailer was produced by FilmAffects. Peter Huston, Producer of FilmAffects, is working with us on this documentary. He also produced a DVD of our storytelling program "Grandma Gatewood: Ohio's Legendary Hiker" which is available for purchase along with a DVD of the doumentary about Grandma Gatewood, TRAIL MAGIC: THE EMMA GATEWOOD STORY.
Learn about some of Ohio Suffragettes in this short video salute.
The Civil War was a watershed event of American History. Find out about the song that kept the war going -- on BOTH sides and has sort of become its own war! Learn about the Great Escape at Libby Prison and about the failed escape at the Johnsons Island Prison. Hear these and other stories in BATTLE SCARS: STORIES OF THE CIVIL WAR. Credits: Filming by The Video Storytellers: Barb Sutton, Narrator, Andre LeBlanc, Cameraman. (February, 2012)
Frances Peter Dallam lived in Lexington, Kentucky during the Civil War. Her life was tragically cut short by illness, but that didn't stop her from worrying about her "Union Boys". Hear her story in THE GIRL IN THE WINDOW.
The bombing of Pearl Harbor
brought the war crashing into America. Stories from that day AND WWII
are numerous. Our storytelling program ORDINARY
PEOPLE IN EXTRAORDINARY TIMES: STORIES OF WWII some of the events
and people from then. See a presentation of a Pearl Harbor Story for Aging
a performance of NEXT
STOP, FREEDOM! with Bette Lou Higgins playing Sarah Comstock in this
first-person character program about the Underground Railroad in Ohio.
This performance was taped at the North Ridgeville Library. (This video
is not the complete performance of the program and has been edited to
meet time constraints. Run time -- app. 30 minutes)
of Mary Langston and her famous grandson, writer Langston Hughes along
with the story of the Oberlin-Wellington Slave Rescue. (Run
time -- app. 27 minutes)
Shoeless Joe Jackson had an interesting career in baseball. Born in Brandon Mill, South Carolina he went from working in a cotton mill to playing baseball in the major leagues! He was still a teen-ager in 1910 when he was contracted to play on the Cleveland baseball team. His talent was undeniable. But his life became wrapped in scandal on and off the baseball field. Hear his story in this video recorded with Kathryn Eyring for Aging Gracefully TV.
Find out about the
Association with this PowerPoint
Presentation celebrating their 50th Anniversary with a voice-over
by Bette Lou Higgins. (Run time -- app. 10 minutes)
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