This Saturday, May 3 spend the day with the whole family at the Framingham Public Library.
At 10:30 a.m., Deraldo Ferreira and the Afro-Brazilian Ensemble presents a high-energy, all-ages Capoeira program that combines Brazilian martial arts, dance, and music. Maestro Ferreira is joined by two other capoeiristas in this dynamic and culturally rich performance.
Then at 2 p.m., International storyteller Valerie Tutson brings stories to life with her energetic and captivating performance of myths and folktales indigenous to Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas.
Both programs are sponsored by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Framingham Cultural Council.
Visit the Web site for a complete list of spring events. www.framinghamlibrary.org