Pat Bisset discovered the magic of storytelling through working with children. She can weave enchantment telling little rhymes to tots, stories to children or long sagas to adults. Her repertoire includes: world myth; folk and fairy tales; and historic adventures interwoven with ballads she writes. Pat can often be found at 1001 Friday Nights of storytelling where she books the weekly hosts. Pat finds daily stimulation and inspiration from the people around her and by living in the world’s most multicultural city. Highlights of her career include performances at High Park, Fort York , Harbourfront, The Native Canadian Centre, Toronto Festival of Storytelling, Schools [also in Sweden], Daycares and Daycamps. She is a member of SC-CC, Storytelling Toronto, Storytellers for Children, The Backseat Balladeers, and formerly the Buffalo Jump Artist’s Collective. Kim Michele is a diverse performer, educator and author. She blends her enchanting voice, combining storytelling amid the sounds of the ancient Harp, with tales of fairy, folklore, legends, poetry, rhyme, and original stories and songs. She has a love for traditional ballads and performs them in song and story. Kim Michele is the editor of Storytellers for Children’s Barrel of Stories and the Author of short stories including her new publication “Emma’s Garden”. Kim is a member of Storytelling Toronto, SC-CC, Storytellers for Children, and The Backseat Balladeers.