Which Came First: A Chicken Museum

I live with curators and they curated a show.  At the opening, I did a storytelling program for children and had a blast changing all my usual characters into chickens.
Listed in the NY Times Times Spare Time for Children 
‘Which Came First? The Chicken Museum’ (Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday) A chicken museum sounds like something only a child could dream up, and that’s indeed the case: Hiro Maddock Spiller wanted to go to one when he was 3. Fortunately, his father, Harley Spiller, a.k.a. Inspector Collector, could help make that dream come true. The result is “Which Came First? The Chicken Museum,” a new show at the City Reliquary community museum organized by Mr. Spiller and Hiro, who is now 6. The exhibition, which offers all manner of things fowl — including a wishbone collection — opens this Sunday with a reception from 2 to 5 p.m. and “Chicken Tails,” storytelling for children by Micki Spiller, an artist who is Mr. Spiller’s wife and Hiro’s mother, from 3 to 4 p.m. The show runs through Nov. 30, Fridays through Sundays, and Wednesdays and Thursdays, from noon to 6 p.m., 370 Metropolitan Avenue, near Havemeyer Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 718-782-4842, Free with suggested donation: $5 to $10.


Neighborhood park Oktoberfest, and I got to tell some of my favorite stories.
"The Round Red House", is definitely one of my favorites with a great surprise ending.

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