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As a little boy, I loved stories and music, not much has changed in 60 + years. Now as a grandpa, I tell stories, sings songs and create puppet routines. Most of my work is with children. For over 45 years, I have been involved as an educator, and performer. I also do teacher’s workshops.

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Al Hirsch – 45 Years of Folk Music, Puppets, and Stories

He performs in all kinds of schools, senior centers, libraries, fairs, and festivals. He knows more songs, stories, and riddles than anybody else his size or shape. He has at least one story or song for every occasion. He has more whistles than you can shake a stick at. Children of all ages love his Limberjack routine. His original musical games are a hoot! He often uses puppets with the younger children including Billy Bear the Silly Bear, Jack Rabbit Dagnabbit, Mister Clown, and Toby the Tortoise.