With so many entertaining and educational school assemblies and library shows for kids, it’s easy to forget I also perform library shows meant specifically for adults. And why not? We adults like to be entertained. We liked to learn new things, hear stories about our local landmarks, and experience that same thrill as those young and vivacious elementary school children. Until now my adult shows were geared towards horror-loving thrill seekers who want their socks scared off. Obviously scary stories and artifacts don’t appeal to everyone. For those who want something a little more amorous but still captivating, look no further than my “Romantic Tragedies” Library Show for adults!
You might be surprised to hear romance fiction is a billion dollar industry. Adults love romance novels. From historical tocontemporary, spiritual to science fiction, mystery to suspense, there is a sub genre for everyone.
“Romantic Tragedies” is a story-driven program with tales of love, loss, and nostalgia from the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. This program presents historical stories regarding famous couples such as Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, Annie Oakley and Frank Butler, John Dillinger and Billie Frechette, and many others
Learn more about this fascinating look into loves of yesteryear by clicking here.
The goal of this show is not only to attract patrons to your library but to inspire them to check out additional books after the show ends!
Buffalo might be known as the City of Good Neighbors but you could also say we’re the City of Romantic Attractions! Buffalo has such a rich history and the backdrop to our city provides endless opportunities for you and your significant other to share a romantic outing together.
From a walk around the gorge to taking selfies in front of the roaring falls to a wet and wild ride on the Maid of the Mist, Niagara Falls is the perfect spot for those seeking adventure.
These indoor gardens provide an idyllic getaway on a rainy or wintry day.
Need a staycation? The romantic rooms and fantastic customer service make Asa Ransom House the go-to bed and breakfast. Plus the original structure dates all the way back to 1853!
Get dolled up and go see a show at this gorgeous theater which originally opened in 1926 to show silent movies.
Enjoy a bird’s eye view of your favorite city when you travel to the top of City Hall. You’ll feel like you’re on top of the world!
And with endless restaurants, coffee shops, and bakeries, date night could be as simple as splitting a cupcake.