Arthur Surette, a captivating and powerful storyteller (and darned good songwriter) will be appearing at the Corner House Inn's Story Telling Dinner Program on Thursday, Dec. 21st. Arthur is a born storyteller, though he says he had to give it up in his younger days since ten year old storytellers are often mistaken for liars. After wandering in the wilderness for forty years, he came to New Hampshire in 1989, felt an immediate spiritual connection to the place and never left. A keen observer of nature, both human and otherwise, his original stories and songs encompass everything from politics to four-legged chickens, and are a celebration of the human spirit, warts and all.
Arthur has performed at the gathering of the Hundred Thousand Poets for Social Change, the Met Coffee House, Tin Mountain, Effingham Historical Society, Effingham Grange, The Blue Too Gallery in Cambridge, the White Mountain Story Festival, and several of the Corner House galas, as well as libraries and open mics around New Hampshire. When he is not wandering around the country, he lives in Effingham in a little 220 year old house he says doesn't look a day over 190.
Join Arthur as he shares his original songs, poems and stories with the Corner House audience on Thursday evening, Dec. 21. Storytelling Dinners are held on Thursday evenings at the Corner House in Center Sandwich from late Oct. through May. Dinner begins at 6:30 pm and the cost is $22.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity. For more information and reservations contact the Corner House Inn at (603)284-6219 or online at firstname.lastname@example.org.