UNION — The Vose or Virtual Wednesday Series continues Jan. 5 at 7 p.m. with Carol Dana speaking via Zoom. She will talk about the art and tradition of storytelling, what she’s discovered about it, and how her people have used it in the past and continue to do so. Dana will tell a story in Penobscot and translate it and talk about Penobscots on the Penobscot River and the role of oral tradition in her tribe. A few short stories will be shared from “Still They Remember Me.”

Dana is the mother of six children and grandmother of 14 grandchildren. She spends her time teaching language, writing, doing crafts, spending time with her grandchildren, basketmaking and walking with her dog. His name is cacahkenom, or “my soul.” She tells traditional stories she has researched and collaborated on publishing “Transformer Tales Vol. I and II” as told by Newell Lyons.

This event is free and open to the public; closed captioning will be available. Call 207-785-4733, email librarian@voselibrary.org or stop by Vose Library, 392 Common Road, for the Zoom registration link.