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Storytime with Poison Waters

Community event

Drag Queen Poison Waters reads children books to five kids paying attention while sitting outside in a backyard.

To celebrate Pride, Drag Queen Poison Waters will join Sunday Parkways as a host of Storytime this week! Poison Waters offers families a virtual activity featuring colorful books for children of all ages with the themes of acceptance and diversity.  

When is this live readings? 

You can find the 45-minute Storytime hosted by Poison Waters this Wednesday, June 24th at 10 am on the Portland Sunday Parkways Facebook Page

Want to know more about Poison Waters?  

For over three decades Poison has had tons of FUN entertaining from countless stages throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond. She’s been coordinating and hosting an endless docket of benefits, revues and shows for various local, regional and national charities. Poison’s been recognized and rewarded for her community service, raising awareness, and providing entertainment to such charities as Cascade AIDS Project, Dress for Success Oregon and the Make a Wish Foundation. Poison has received the The Assistance League of Greater Portland’s National Operation School Bell Award, a Hero of HIV Award and the Red Ribbon Award from the Coalition for AIDS Awareness just to name a few. Career highlights include appearances with Pink Martini, segments on AM Northwest, opening for Storm Large at her Holiday Ordeal, Drag Queen Storytelling at Multnomah County Libraries, and recurring role in Oregon Ballet Theater’s The Nutcracker. When not enjoying her time hosting events and fundraisers or traveling the globe, she is the co-hostess at the legendary Darcelle XV Showplace. 

  • Website: www.poisonwaters.com 
  • Facebook: Kevin Cook (PoisonWaters) 
  • Twitter: PoisonWaters 
  • Instagram: poisonwaters