Presentations for libraries, museums, festivals, conferences, organizations and personal development workshops for school districts. All presentations can be adapted to follow school and COVID guidelines.

  • Songs & Stories of Acadiana and Louisiana
    All-day program of costumed storytelling, a show-and-tell table with flags, historical relics and reproductions, and interactive activities followed by music (guitar/vocals). Each presentation is about 40 minutes and designed to address many of the state benchmarks and standards and sure to interest and involve teachers and students and enrich the lives of young scholars.Stipend fees are negotiable. Author usually pays his own travel and lodging expenses, and author will supply take-home order forms so students, parents, and teachers may order books.
  • Songs & Stories of the Rio Grande Valley
    This presentation focuses on original and historical songs written about the Rio Grande Valley and upon its individuals, history and geography.
  • The Scots and Irish
    To develop interest, vocabulary, and appreciation for the Celtic cultures, music and history, especially that of the Irish and Scottish.
  • America’s War Between the States 1861-1865
    Usually referred to as America’s Civil War, this costumed program centers on the causes, influential people and facts of that war, life during the war for soldiers and civilians, flags of the war, and the music of the war.  My CD Bard of the South has many of the songs I use for this program.
  • State History
    Addresses state test benchmarks and standards. I design a costume and presentation for each state.  Here’s a video example of my Texas History Program.