Scott Paulson to trot out his annual turkey show at Geisel Library, UCSD

Sound effects expert Scott Paulson (aka Outreach Coordinator of the UC San Diego Arts Library and leader of the Teeny-Tiny Pit Orchestra) will host his annual Turkey Calling Show at noon, Wednesday, Nov. 21 in the Seuss Room at Geisel Library on UCSD campus.

Scott Paulson

The free program will be presented in the style of an old-time, live radio broadcast.

“With all due respect to the East Coast turkey, visit us at this show and find out why the West Coast turkey rules!” Paulson said.

Other perks?

“You’ll also get instruction on how to use turkey calls and find out how the American turkey became popular in European art.”

Special guests will include story lady Melanie Peters and Aislinn Sotelo (appearing as the radio ballet teacher), Glenn Motil and Christian Hertzog. The house band will be The Teeny-Tiny Pit Orchestra.
Questions? Call (858) 822-5758 or send an email to: spaulson@ucsd.edu

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