Press Release - Bill Hinderer

Maine Island Storyteller visits Corner House Inn on April 20th.

The Corner House Inn welcomes back Bill Hinderer of Peaks Island, Maine to its Storytelling Dinner program on Thursday evening, April 20th. Bill is a husband, father, grandfather, retired chef, and armed service veteran. He was born into a storytelling family and has been performing professionally before groups large and small for over twenty five years. 

On Thursday, April 20th Bill will be telling stories and legends from Scotland filled with witches, silkies, and encounters with the “other people”. While Bill’s name may not be seen as Scottish, his heritage is Ross, Maxwell, and Cameron and he proudly wears the Ross plaid kilt while performing. Bill has been performing stories almost longer than he can remember so that “once upon a time’ is actually about his youth! 

Bill has performed as a featured teller at the Three Apple Festival in Bedford, MA; at well-known Brother Blues in Cambridge, MA; and at open mic’s of M.O.O.S.E. (Maine Organization Of Storytelling Enthusiasts). He is also the only storyteller to have performed at the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial in Washington, DC.

When he’s not traveling around New England telling stories, Bill resides on Peaks Island, Maine (about 3 miles offshore of Portland) with his wife of forty years, three cats, a garden and lots of fishing poles. 

Join us on Thursday April 20th, for a spellbinding evening of Scottish legends and tales. Storytelling dinners are held every Thursday evening from late Oct. through May at the Corner House Inn. Dinner begins at 6:30 pm and the cost is $21.95 per person, plus tax & gratuity. For more information and reservations contact the Corner House Inn in Center Sandwich, NH at 284-6219, or online at New Paragraph
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