Our Ghost Stories event is back! Storyteller "The Spellbinder" (AKA Judge Ron Lowe) will be performing.
Saturday, October 29
6:00–7:30 p.m. (Doors open at 5:30 p.m.)
The Cady-Boyer Barn
500 North Ridge Road
Canton, MI 48187
$4 per person
Ticket price includes up to 2 donuts and a drink (cider or water).
Tickets can be purchased at the Summit on the Park or the CHS Pole Barn (at Preservation Park) during Sunday Farmer's Markets. Tickets are limited!
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Recommended for ages 8 years and up.
All proceeds benefit the Canton Historical Society.
About Judge Ron Lowe
Judge Ronald Lowe, as known as The Spellbinder, has been telling scary stories his entire life. He comes by it honestly as his father, mother, aunts and many other family members were storytellers. Lowe became a professional storyteller more than 25 years ago when he told his first story publicly at the Stone Circle in Elk Rapids, Mich. In his profession as an attorney, Lowe often incorporated storytelling in his trial work. At the courthouse, Lowe often uses it in the corporate environment to teach from the bench and in his administrative capacity. In his early years, Lowe’s mentor and partner was Dr. Debra Christian who helped him begin and grow as a professional storyteller, and Lowe has been telling stories and performing on a regular basis ever since.