schools & libraries

Assembly Programs

Adam loves to share stories at schools and libraries and is available for assemblies, Title I programming, family events, camps, reading programs, rewards events, and residencies. He will tell to audiences as young as five years old and is happy to craft concerts that are age-appropriate for content and length. Storytelling programs can include traditional or contemporary Appalachian stories, spooky stories, regional historical tales, ballads, personal tales, tall tales, or (most often) a combination of any of these. He is happy to work with elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as college-aged learners. His recordings have won a Parents’ Choice Gold Award and two Parents' Choice Silver Honors.

Adam carries a Performers' Liability insurance policy and can travel with his own sound equipment depending on distance and availability. Pricing will depend on length and number of programs as well as distance to travel. Simply use the contact page to initiate a discussion so that we can create the right programs for your listeners!


Adam also loves to get people telling stories! He is available to lead workshops on story creation and story telling to learners of all ages. 

Workshops can be geared toward any level of teller from age 5 - 105. The most popular topics are storycrafting, storyboxing, storytelling for creative thinking, family storytelling, and creating tall tales. Click the button below for a sample list of offerings. Adam is happy to create a new workshop for your venue's needs.