Join us on Saturday, October 25th at The Settlers Inn for our Storytelling Dinner.

Neil Genzlinger, New York Times critic, is excited to be a part of this legendary event
and just hopes that the storytelling portion of the evening will be the equal of his brother
Grant’s fabulous pumpkins. He will be telling the favorite of all of his stories, “The
Deerslayer,” which involves a minivan and — appropriately for the season — vampires.
He also intends to solve an almost 60-year-old Lake Wallenpaupack mystery, the
Mystery of the Vanishing Row Boat, in which a homemade boat lovingly built by his
older brothers disappeared after its maiden voyage on the lake in 1955. And then he’ll
turn the evening over to nationally known monologist James Braly, who promises a
condensed version of the new one-man show he is preparing, “The Monthly Nut,” a
true story about losing one’s way and finding it again that includes kidnapping, Seinfeld,
suicide, a stand-up comedy class, even a ghost. And Neil and James will wrap things
up with some audience participation in which they’ll give away valuable items from Neil’s
collection of TV swag.

Neil Genzlinger - The Settlers Inn Storytelling Dinner
Neil Genzlinger
James Braly - The Settlers Inn Storytelling Dinner
James Braly