Ron Baker lives on the shores of Georgian Bay in the Northern Bruce Peninsula. Every Monday from June to Labour Day Ron invites people to the Storybarn in Dyers Bay to listen to his stories.
In over twenty years as a storyteller Joan Bailey has delighted audiences with folktales, legends, and myths from all around the world as well as her ‘Tales from a Lancashire Childhood’ about growing up in England.
George Blake specializes in stories from his African/Caribbean heritage, and Jataka Tales (Buddhist legends) drawn from his studies and experiences as a former bhikkhu (Buddhist monk).
Lorne Brown can usually be found in some chimney corner, picking his 5-string banjo and singing an old ballad.
Jennifer Cayley’s repertoire favours, epic, myth and traditional folk and fairy tales but she also tells literary and personal material.
For over 30 years Aubrey has told stories in schools, libraries, festivals and theatres in Canada and the US. He’s told in prisons, and on national radio and television.
Gail has told stories to audiences around the world: Japan, Kenya, Thailand, Denmark, the United Kingdom and the United States.
In the oral tradition of storytelling Pauline has delighted audiences in Canada, Northern Ireland, England and Scotland.
Bernice Gei-ying tells stories for all ages. She entwines traditional folktales from Asian with immigrant history stories and creates new stories for diverse audiences.
BJ McCabe, the passionate storyteller and engaging speaker behind Touchstones Stories, PACE to Innovate and Pandora’s Promise of Hope is also the founder of Idein Rise Incorporated, delivering dynamic training solutions to workplaces.
In her twenty-six years as a freelance storyteller, Mary-Eileen McClear has performed in venues ranging from the classroom to the Stratford Festival.
A musical troubadour, combining storytelling music and song. Fusing the art of drama, music, song, dance, prose and storytelling to create a variety of universal programming for all ages.
Growing up in a large family in a pre-television age Phyllis Walker honed her skills as a storyteller at the weekly gatherings for celebrations.
I came to storytelling from a background in theatre, social work, library, education, parenting, a concern for multicultural understanding and peace, and over thirty years experience as a writer and performer.
Heather is an active storyteller, singer-songwriter who performs both traditional and her own stories bringing them to life through singing, the use of homemade instruments and props, and playing the guitar.
Not every Ontario storyteller is listed on our own pages. For additional links to tellers, we suggest that you look at the web site of Storytellers of Canada / Conteurs du Canada, where you can find another list.