Award-winning interdisciplinary artist Joseph Naytowhow shared his music and stories about his own life with people during an aboriginal storytelling event at the Swift Current Branch Library, Feb. 22. He also spoke at similar storytelling events at Ponteix Library on Feb. 23 and at the Nekaneet First Nation, Feb. 24. These events happened as part of the celebration of Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month in the province during the month of February. It was the 14th year that Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month took place to promote the rich oral history and cultural traditions of First Nations and Métis people. The celebrations at venues across the province were coordinated by the Library Services for Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples committee. Naytowhow will make an appearance at two other events in southwest Saskatchewan during March. He will be in Swift Current for the Lyric Theatre's Write Out Loud event on March 15 and he will participate in World Storytelling Day in Grasslands at the Prairie Community Centre in Val Marie, March 18. These events will start at 7 p.m. and in both instances he will share the stage with Val Marie based writer, storyteller and performer Madonna Hamel.