Adirondack storyteller Bill Smith to appear at final campfire of summer Sept. 4 in Canton
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 - 5:30 pm

CANTON -- Nature Up North will host Adirondack storyteller and folk singer Bill Smith for the final community campfire of the summer Sept. 4 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Bill is widely known throughout the Adirondacks and beyond as a master of various traditional arts of the region. A skilled storyteller and folk singer, Bill has also worked as a logger, hunter, trapper, fisherman, and guide. He performs for a variety of audiences with a wide repertoire of stories and songs about local life.

There will be stories, songs, and s'mores. Chairs, bug spray, and s'more supplies will be provided. Admission is free and the event is for all ages.

To get there from Canton, head south on Park St./County Rt. 27 past the SLU campus.

Wachtmeister is the first driveway on the left after the wooden-bow bridge over Little River. Visit natureupnorth.org/events-up-north.com for more details.