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Mary Morgan SmithStoryteller Mary Morgan Smith of Pittsburgh will appear in Robert W. Rhoades Center at Clarion University-Venango Campus on Friday, February 11, at 7 p.m., as part of the campus' cultural events series. The event is free and open to the public and is sponsored in conjunction with the Venango Campus chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society.

Mary Morgan Smith has been telling stories ever since she was tricked into it as a children's librarian in Maryland in the late 1970s. She has not stopped telling stories since, and does so at every opportunity. Mary was born and raised in the Pittsburgh area.

She grew up in a family that treasured laughter, books (fairy tales being Mary's favorite) and family stories. Her stories take her listeners of all ages around the world and back in time. When she is not telling stories (and sometimes even when she is), Mary Morgan Smith produces the Three Rivers Storytelling Festival and manages the Children's/Young Adult Services Department at Northland Public Library outside Pittsburgh, Penna.

Clarion University–Venango Campus, located in Oil City, is the oldest regional campus in Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education. The campus provides high-quality educational programs and personalized services to help students succeed. Students can begin any of Clarion University's 90+ bachelor's degrees at the Venango Campus, earn an associate degree, a bachelor's or master's degree in select areas, obtain a one-year certificate or participate in a variety of professional development and personal enrichment courses. The campus is home to Clarion University's School of Nursing and Allied Health, the Department of Applied Technology, and the Venango Department of Arts and Sciences. Clarion University–Venango Campus is committed to serving the needs of the community.
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2/2/2011 1:00 PM

Clarion University–Venango Campus to Host Storyteller Mary Morgan Smith