-Kim Obremski, Recreation Director, Garden Plaza of Valley View

Janet Worthington is the character she portrays, having the ability to revitalize historical female figures.
-Sherrie Hix, Activities Director, The Bridge at Valley View

Thank you for a WONDERFUL performance and for making our event such a success. We thoroughly enjoyed working with you and would like to invite you back again for a future event. We will probably do another historically based theme next year around this time. Again, we are thrilled that you brought to life such an important character in Boise's history.

-Cindy Busche, Boise WaterShed, Environmental Education Coordinator

We have had Janet with us at least 7 times, and we are hoping there will be many more times. We all enjoy her visits when she comes; she is such a joy to have. Janet always makes her visits very interesting. All of our residents and families and friends that watch Janet ALWAYS want her to return. It always seems like the time just flies by. Spring Creek thanks the Idaho Humanities Council for letting us know about Janet.

-Lisa Easterday, Spring Creek Assisted Living, Boise, ID

The Friends of the Bishops' House have been pleased to welcome Dr. Janet Worthington's two annual lecture series in this historic home. She has brought to life in our parlor 7 remarkable historical women, infusing them with her personal expertise and her joy in sharing their lives and times, as well as their thoughts and sensibilities. Our audience respnse has been warm and appreciative of her gift for historical interpretation. Additionally, Dr. Worthington has brightened our holiday seasons with her engaging appearance as Mrs. Santa Claus. Childern and adults alike are enchanted by her warm welcome and delightful storytelling. Generous with her time and talent, Janet makes an impact on everyone lucky enough to be a part of any audience for her presentations.

-Elizabeth Yates, Executive Director, The Friends of the Bishops' House