CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. - What do an American folksong, a black and white photograph, a comic play, and a haiku poem have in common? They're all different mediums artists use to tell a story. Bring your imagination to share and come explore the arts and the power of storytelling this summer with Bonnie J. Ross and friends.

Artfull Wednesdays: Storytelling through the Arts! for ages 7-12, will take place on Wednesdays July 3 to July 31 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Beacon Feed Studio. Scheduled topics include "Picture this!" (Visual arts)July 17; "Dance Your Story" (Movement arts)July 24; "Once upon a Story" (Theater arts), July 31. The final performance/exhibition is Sunday, Aug. 11 from 11 a.m - 1 p.m. The cost of attendance is $55/$50 for members/$12 for single class drop-in.

Bonnie J. Ross is an undergraduate journalism student at SUNY Adirondack with a passion for the arts. Bonnie has designed and taught summer music workshops at both Hubbard Hall and the Greenwich Free Library since 2010. Bonnie played the violin and cello for 5 years in the Green Mountain Youth Orchestra. In addition, she is an aspiring photographer and a freelance arts journalist (published in the Post Star, Bennington Banner, Greenwich Journal and Salem Press).

Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts, located in a renovated 1878 rural opera house and adjacent former freight yard complex, is a community arts center dedicated to bringing the best of the arts to the region with year-round theater, music and dance performances and classes and workshops for all ages and skill levels. Hubbard Hall is located at 25 East Main St. in Cambridge, N.Y. For more information on this and all Hubbard Hall programs, or to purchase tickets, register for classes, make a donation and/or become a member or theatre subscriber please visit www.hubbardhall.org or call 518-677-2495.