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  Storytelling Class Scottish Roots in Appalachian Traditions Bobbie Pell
  OKC Tellers Guild Meeting
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  Storytelling Class Scottish Roots in Appalachian Traditions Bobbie Pell
  Jim Two Crows Wallen as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
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  Storytelling Class Scottish Roots in Appalachian Traditions Bobbie Pell
  Jim Two Crows Wallen as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  The 5th International Storytelling Festival of Imam Reza
  Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike Hosted by Storyteller Tony Toledo
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  Storytelling Class Scottish Roots in Appalachian Traditions Bobbie Pell
  Jim Two Crows Wallen as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  The 5th International Storytelling Festival of Imam Reza
  Southern Ohio Storytelling Festival
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  Storytelling Class Scottish Roots in Appalachian Traditions Bobbie Pell
  Jim Two Crows Wallen as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  The 5th International Storytelling Festival of Imam Reza
  Southern Ohio Storytelling Festival
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  Storytelling Class Scottish Roots in Appalachian Traditions Bobbie Pell
  Jim Two Crows Wallen as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  The 5th International Storytelling Festival of Imam Reza
  Southern Ohio Storytelling Festival
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  The 5th International Storytelling Festival of Imam Reza
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  The 5th International Storytelling Festival of Imam Reza
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  Chuck Brodsky as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  Ozark Storyteller's monthly story swap
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  Chuck Brodsky as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike Hosted by Storyteller Tony Toledo
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  Chuck Brodsky as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
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  Chuck Brodsky as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
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  Chuck Brodsky as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  "Create Your Story" Writing and Performance Institute with Minton Sparks
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  Linda Goodman as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
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  Linda Goodman as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike Hosted by Storyteller Tony Toledo
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  Linda Goodman as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  Golden Story Circle
19
  Linda Goodman as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  Syd Lieberman in Concert in Williamsburg, VA
20
  Linda Goodman as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  5th Annual Tucker-Arnold Storytelling Retreat featuring Syd Lieberman
  The Moon Among the Stars told by Charlie Chin
21
  5th Annual Tucker-Arnold Storytelling Retreat featuring Syd Lieberman
  Storytelling at the Provincetown Playhouse, NYC-Magic in the World
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  Susan O'Halloran as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
24
  Susan O'Halloran as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike Hosted by Storyteller Tony Toledo
25
  Susan O'Halloran as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  Story Power for Non-Profits
26
  Susan O'Halloran as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  White Mountain Storytelling Festival
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  Susan O'Halloran as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
  White Mountain Storytelling Festival
  Stories on Capitol Hill
  One Way Music & Arts Festival
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  White Mountain Storytelling Festival
29
  Donald Davis as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
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  Donald Davis as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
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Aug 31st, 2014 (Sun) -- Sep 6th, 2014 (Sat)
  Storytelling Class Scottish Roots in Appalachian Traditions Bobbie Pell
State: North Carolina

Learn to weave stories into vocal tapestries by experiencing the rich treasury of our Appalachian culture, based in European roots. Discover crossover legends, common motifs, and stylistic devices used by traditional tellers to share these wonderful ballads and folktales. Specific dramatic techniques taught in class involve Reader’s Theater (voice/accent), creating a narrative arc (plot structures), and building believable characters (dialogue, point of view). All levels welcome!

Admission: $594
John C. Campbell Folk School
1 Folk School Rd. Brasstown NC 28902
www.folkschool.org
828-837-2775
marketing@folkschool.org

Sep 1st, 2014 (Mon)
  OKC Tellers Guild Meeting
State: Oklahoma

Discover, explore, and practice the art of storytelling in this fun group meeting the first Monday of the month (except for holidays) at Wesley United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City. All styles of telling and every genre of storytelling will be covered, special events planned to promote storytelling, and opportunities to practice and improve skills available to all. Attendees will be linked to events and organizations in the broader storytelling and arts community.

7 p.m.
Admission  Free

1401 NW 25th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (NW 25th and Classen Blvd.)

405-307-0962
marilynahudson@yahoo.com
www.okctellers.blogspot.com

Sep 2nd, 2014 (Tue) -- Sep 6th, 2014 (Sat)
  Jim Two Crows Wallen as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
State: Tennessee

National award winner Jim Two Crows Wallen grew up in a rich oral heritage, where, being an oldest son of an oldest son, it was his destiny to combine his love of history with a good story. His great-grandfather was full blood Cherokee. Wallen can remember sitting on the Courthouse lawn in Warsaw, Missouri, listening to him telling stories to the old men of the town while little boys listened in.
Two Crows’ stories are carefully researched, and he often appears in historically accurate and hand-designed clothing appropriate to the story. His performances span over 25 years, average more than 300 per year, and have crossed 3 continents.
“He revels in the gritty details of history … the glue that makes otherwise cold facts stick in our minds.” – Patch High School, Stuttgart, Germany

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Admission $12 adults $11 seniors and students

International Storytelling Center
110 W Main St
Jonesborough, TN 37659

(800)952-8392
customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
http://www.storytellingcenter.net

Sep 3rd, 2014 (Wed) -- Sep 8th, 2014 (Mon)
  The 5th International Storytelling Festival of Imam Reza

There is an international storytelling festival in Iran and all storytellers who are interested in religious stories are invited. All the expenses are paid by this festival. The festival will be held in Tehran. The participants will travel to Mashhad just for pilgrimage and the closing program. The festival is not a competition. All the participant will be presented a gift and a citation as a reminder. Themes of storytelling: One of Imam Reza's life stories. For further questions please contact with the head of this festival at Minoo1387@yahoo.com

Tehran, Iran
0982188971387
Minoo1387@yahoo.com
www.kanoonparvaresh.com/

Sep 3rd, 2014 (Wed)
  Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike Hosted by Storyteller Tony Toledo
State: Massachusetts

Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike is held every Wednesday at The Walnut Street Coffee Cafe, 157 Walnut Street, Lynn MA. It is hosted by storyteller Tony Toledo who gives every speaker a story and a lucky coin at the end of their words. We start at 7:30 pm till 10ish. Each person who wants to speak gets 5 minutes at the microphone. Tony stands up when all the sand in the five minute hour glass is done. At five and a half minutes he is walking toward the speaker. At 6 minutes he will slide his tongue in your ear. We are a free speech zone with a three word cussing minimum. Storytellers, poets, comedians,singers, community activists and just plain ranters are all welcome. Each week has a Featured Performer who goes on at 8:30 PM for half an hour. The hat is passed to get gas money so the feature can get home. See you at Speak Up.
Time(s) 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Admission Free, pass the hat for the feature.
Location - The Walnut Street Coffee Cafe, 157 Walnut Street, Lynn, MA 01905
Contact Phone 978-921-4628
Contact Email  ToledoGoat@aol.com
Event Website www.facebook.com/walnutstreet

Sep 4th, 2014 (Thu) -- Sep 6th, 2014 (Sat)
  Southern Ohio Storytelling Festival
State: Ohio

Come and celebrate our 10th anniversary with us at the Southern Ohio Storytelling Festival held on
the grounds of the Pump House Center for the Arts in historic Chillicothe, Ohio. This year's tellers are Suzi Whaples, Lyn Ford, Geraldine Buckley, Oba William King, Bill McKell, Kevin Coleman and Pam Pauley. The festival opens on Thurs. evening with a free storytelling concert and "Meet the Tellers" reception. Festival continues on Friday and Saturday. Scary stories on Friday night at the Majestic Theatre. Story swap on Saturday. Everyone is welcome.

Thurs.: 7-9 pm Friday: 10 am - 10 pm Saturday: 10 am - 10 pm
Full weekend (includes all events): Adults $10, students $5, younger children free

Pump House Center for the Arts
Yoctangee Park
Chillicothe, Ohio

Pam Pauley
pam.pauley@horizonview.net
soStoryFest.com

Sep 9th, 2014 (Tue) -- Sep 13th, 2014 (Sat)
  Chuck Brodsky as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
State: Tennessee

Chuck Brodsky is a storyteller, songwriter, troubadour and modern day bard with an acoustic guitar and a voice that will take you places. For the past 20 years, he’s performed across the U.S. and abroad with his quirky, rootsy, and finely crafted material. Brodsky’s wit and irony, set to haunting melodies, tell stories of oddball and underdog characters.
A critically acclaimed recording artist, Brodsky’s songs have been a part of the soundtrack in multiple films, and his celebrated baseball story songs have been enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, where he’s appeared on multiple occasions.
“Old fashioned story songs brimming with wit and compassion … off-center, off-the-wall and incisively funny.” – The New York Times

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Admission  $12 adults $11 seniors and students

International Storytelling Center
110 W Main St
Jonesborough, TN 37659

(800)952-8392
customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
http://www.storytellingcenter.net

Sep 9th, 2014 (Tue)
  Ozark Storyteller's monthly story swap
State: Arkansas

Ozark Storytellers will hold its monthly story swap in the White Oak Auditorium at the Ozark Folk Center. The auditorium is in the Administration Building at the center. Admission is free and all ages are welcome.

Tellers are invited to bring stories from their family, their personal history, tall tales or folk tales. We are an informal, family-friendly group; please keep that in mind when you choose your stories to share. The story swap will go in a round robin format, so everyone who wishes to gets a chance to share their tales.
Listeners are as welcome as tellers.

The Ozark Folk Center State Park was created in Mountain View, Arkansas to perpetuate the crafts, music and lore of the Ozark region. The unique stories of the area and its people are part of that lore. The Ozark Storytellers monthly story swaps are held the second Tuesday of every month at the center. Call Jeanette Larson at 870-269-3851 for more information.

6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Admission free

White Oak Auditorium, Ozark Folk Center State Park, 1032 Park Avenue, Mountain View, Arkansas, 72560

870-213-5083
jenonthefarm@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/OzarkStorytellers

Sep 10th, 2014 (Wed)
  Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike Hosted by Storyteller Tony Toledo
State: Massachusetts

Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike is held every Wednesday at The Walnut Street Coffee Cafe, 157 Walnut Street, Lynn MA. It is hosted by storyteller Tony Toledo who gives every speaker a story and a lucky coin at the end of their words. We start at 7:30 pm till 10ish. Each person who wants to speak gets 5 minutes at the microphone. Tony stands up when all the sand in the five minute hour glass is done. At five and a half minutes he is walking toward the speaker. At 6 minutes he will slide his tongue in your ear. We are a free speech zone with a three word cussing minimum. Storytellers, poets, comedians,singers, community activists and just plain ranters are all welcome. Each week has a Featured Performer who goes on at 8:30 PM for half an hour. The hat is passed to get gas money so the feature can get home. See you at Speak Up.
Time(s) 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Admission Free, pass the hat for the feature.
Location - The Walnut Street Coffee Cafe, 157 Walnut Street, Lynn, MA 01905
Contact Phone 978-921-4628
Contact Email  ToledoGoat@aol.com
Event Website www.facebook.com/walnutstreet

Sep 13th, 2014 (Sat)
  "Create Your Story" Writing and Performance Institute with Minton Sparks
State: Tennessee

Every one of us has a story about who we are. Some are wildly inspiring; other times, they are the very things that hold us back. Minton believes that tremendous value lies in locating yourself within a particular time and place in history. After all, many wonderful artistic pursuits are born out of autobiographies. This workshop offers you an opportunity to better discover who you are through exploring and listening deeply to your own story.

During this 3-hour writing and performance workshop, you will focus on the questions “Where are you from?” and “How does where you are from inform the definition of who you are?” while writing your own stories, exploring your family tree, studying storytelling techniques and learning from Minton's own work and experience. Minton will then guide you through using your stories to create various poems, pictures and performances.

No writing or performance experience necessary.

Space is limited to 20 participants. Please sign up by Friday, September 5th (September date), and Friday, October 17th (October date), so we can get a final count of participants. Register at www.mintonsparks.com/workshop.

1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Admission $125

Scarritt Bennett Center
1008 19th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37212

402-212-9137
maddison.sinclaire@gmail.com
www.mintonsparks.com/workshop

Sep 16th, 2014 (Tue) -- Sep 20th, 2014 (Sat)
  Linda Goodman as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
State: Tennessee

Author, storyteller and playwright, Linda Goodman, an Appalachian Mountain native of Melungeon descent, learned the art of storytelling from her father, a former coal miner who was himself a master yarnspinner. Goodman draws on her roots to create a world where fantasy and ordinary heroes come together; she also tells traditional tales using a wide array of voices that bring characters to life.
Her works are known for their Southern Appalachian flavor, and her award-winning CDs have aired on several NPR programs. Goodman has performed nationwide and been published in the Chicken Soup and Stories for the Heartseries.
“More than just a writer and teller of tales, Goodman has the uncanny ability to become her characters … a vengeful girl, a bigoted father, a store owner who nightly gave milk to a haint.” – The Harvard Spirit

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
$12 adults $11 seniors and students

International Storytelling Center
110 W Main St
Jonesborough, TN 37659

(800)952-8392
customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
http://www.storytellingcenter.net

Sep 17th, 2014 (Wed)
  Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike Hosted by Storyteller Tony Toledo
State: Massachusetts

Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike is held every Wednesday at The Walnut Street Coffee Cafe, 157 Walnut Street, Lynn MA. It is hosted by storyteller Tony Toledo who gives every speaker a story and a lucky coin at the end of their words. We start at 7:30 pm till 10ish. Each person who wants to speak gets 5 minutes at the microphone. Tony stands up when all the sand in the five minute hour glass is done. At five and a half minutes he is walking toward the speaker. At 6 minutes he will slide his tongue in your ear. We are a free speech zone with a three word cussing minimum. Storytellers, poets, comedians,singers, community activists and just plain ranters are all welcome. Each week has a Featured Performer who goes on at 8:30 PM for half an hour. The hat is passed to get gas money so the feature can get home. See you at Speak Up.
Time(s) 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Admission Free, pass the hat for the feature.
Location - The Walnut Street Coffee Cafe, 157 Walnut Street, Lynn, MA 01905
Contact Phone 978-921-4628
Contact Email  ToledoGoat@aol.com
Event Website www.facebook.com/walnutstreet

Sep 18th, 2014 (Thu)
  Golden Story Circle
State: Colorado

Come tell a story, rough or polished.
Get suggestions (if wanted) & praise.
Or just listen.    All are welcome.
Hosted by Lev Ropes & Kate Lutz

6:00 PM
Free

Jefferson Unitarian Church
14350 W 32nd Ave
Golden, CO 80401
One mile west of I-70/Youngfield/32nd intersection

303-278-0177
levropes@comcast.net

Sep 19th, 2014 (Fri)
  Syd Lieberman in Concert in Williamsburg, VA
State: Virginia

The 5th Annual Tucker-Arnold Storytelling Concert in Williamsburg, VA features Syd Lieberman.

7:00p.m.
Admission  $15 adults, $12 students/seniors, available at any Colonial Williamsburg Ticket office

Kimball Theater, Merchants Square
424 W Duke of Gloucester St Williamsburg, VA 23185

(757) 565-8588 or 757-719-0523
darci@americanlives.net

Sep 20th, 2014 (Sat) -- Sep 21st, 2014 (Sun)
  5th Annual Tucker-Arnold Storytelling Retreat featuring Syd Lieberman
State: Virginia

The 5th Annual Tucker-Arnold Storytelling Retreat features Syd Lieberman. The workshop price includes the Friday evening concert, a post-concert reception with Mr. Lieberman, workshop, snacks, and a CD. Space is limited to 15 participants.

Saturday, 9/20, 9am - 5pm, Sunday, 9/21 10am - 2pm
Admission  TBD

Williamsburg, VA
757-719-0523
darci@americanlives.net

Sep 20th, 2014 (Sat)
  The Moon Among the Stars told by Charlie Chin
State: Indiana

Charlie Chin studied with the late storytelling master, Leong Chi Ming of Toishan, China, and specializes in the "Teahouse Style" of classical Chinese storytelling. Chin's nesting story style allows the audience to follow him on a journey of discovery full of proverbs and traditional Chinese tales.

7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
$20/Advanced, $25/Door, students $15 with high school or college ID.

Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
450 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

317-576-9848
Ellen@storytellingarts.org
http://www.storytellingarts.org/125.html

Sep 21st, 2014 (Sun)
  Storytelling at the Provincetown Playhouse, NYC-Magic in the World
State: New York

Laura Simms and Regina Ress invite us into a universe of wilderness and transformation, combininh true life tales of renewal and ancestors with ancient myths and a zany Romanian fairytale told by Laura's grandmother. Where do we find inspiration and beauty in our complicated world if not in nature and our relationship to the magic of living language carried in remarkable tales. This program’s tapestry is woven with dedication for the children of the world and for all of us who live from the heart. Appropriate for adults and children 9 and older

3:00 PM
Admission free

The Provincetown Playhouse ; 133 MacDougal Street, NYC, NY
212-260-3674
regina@reginaress.com
http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/music/edtheatre/programs/storytelling

Sep 23rd, 2014 (Tue) -- Sep 27th, 2014 (Sat)
  Susan O'Halloran as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
State: Tennessee

Susan O’Halloran has been a story artist since the 1970s and has been covered by such media outlets as PBS, ABC Nightline, The New York Times and the Chicago Tribune. Whether telling personal stories or original fables, O’Halloran engages her audience with a passionate, wiry wit and an empathy for human suffering.
She is a recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence award, author of several books, and producer of the Facebook online storytelling festival,Stories Connect Us All, which in 2013 had a Facebook reach of over 112,000 people in 45 different countries.
“A master of the Irish art of telling stories that are funny and heart-wrenching at the same time.” – The Chicago Reader

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
$12 adults $11 seniors and students

International Storytelling Center
110 W Main St
Jonesborough, TN 37659

(800)952-8392
customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
http://www.storytellingcenter.net

Sep 24th, 2014 (Wed)
  Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike Hosted by Storyteller Tony Toledo
State: Massachusetts

Speak Up Spoken Word Open Mike is held every Wednesday at The Walnut Street Coffee Cafe, 157 Walnut Street, Lynn MA. It is hosted by storyteller Tony Toledo who gives every speaker a story and a lucky coin at the end of their words. We start at 7:30 pm till 10ish. Each person who wants to speak gets 5 minutes at the microphone. Tony stands up when all the sand in the five minute hour glass is done. At five and a half minutes he is walking toward the speaker. At 6 minutes he will slide his tongue in your ear. We are a free speech zone with a three word cussing minimum. Storytellers, poets, comedians,singers, community activists and just plain ranters are all welcome. Each week has a Featured Performer who goes on at 8:30 PM for half an hour. The hat is passed to get gas money so the feature can get home. See you at Speak Up.
Time(s) 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Admission Free, pass the hat for the feature.
Location - The Walnut Street Coffee Cafe, 157 Walnut Street, Lynn, MA 01905
Contact Phone 978-921-4628
Contact Email  ToledoGoat@aol.com
Event Website www.facebook.com/walnutstreet

Sep 25th, 2014 (Thu)
  Story Power for Non-Profits
State: Tennessee

A good story is a prerequisite to your fundraising efforts, media coverage and a key to the public’s connection to your organization. Information and statistics are not enough. Award-winning professional storyteller Susan O’Halloran will illustrate the top reasons to use stories and discuss how to find your organization’s hidden gems, those stories that will make your message memorable and set you apart from the rest.
O’Halloran has been a story consultant to Fortune 500 as well as nonprofit organizations for the last 30 years, and is author of the book, Story Power for NonProfits.
For tickets or more information call (800) 952-8392 or (423) 913-1276.

9:00 am - 11:00 am
$30

International Storytelling Center
110 W Main St
Jonesborough, TN 37659

(800)952-8392
customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
http://www.storytellingcenter.net

Sep 26th, 2014 (Fri) -- Sep 28th, 2014 (Sun)
  White Mountain Storytelling Festival
State: New Hampshire

Featured Teller Odds Bodkin
the weekend kicks off with a fantastic line up of ghost stories in the town square.
A fantastic line up of tellers on Saturday include Mike Lockett of Normal IL, Joey Talbert of MA, sharing the stage for a children's concert.
Our raising voices concert features New Hampshire storytellers. Odds Bodkin is center stage after the chili cookoff at2:30 followed by a family story concert.
The weekend wraps up with warm and witty tales at the Sacred story concert on Sunday morning.

begins at 7:30 pm Friday evening ends at 10:30am Sunday morning
Adults $25. includes up to 4 children.

Waterville Valley Town Square
Waterville Valley, NH

603-735-5965
lphilliipstale@comcast.net
www.NHStory.org

Sep 27th, 2014 (Sat)
  Stories on Capitol Hill
State: District of Columbia

Monthly storytelling guild in the nation's capitol. Meets every 4th Saturday of the month at 6:30PM
 
6:30PM
Stories Only: $10; Stories & Dinner: $20; NSN Members: FREE

317 E Street SE
Washington DC

202-547-4899
oyepalaver11@verizon.net
storiesoncapitolhill.wordpress.com

Sep 27th, 2014 (Sat)
  One Way Music & Arts Festival
State: Tennessee

Heritage Day has been a long standing tradition, and this year The Town of Huntingdon is adding another layer to the annual festivities. Join us for an all-day Music & Arts Festival on Huntingdon's Court Square as we celebrate the heritage of Huntingdon, TN and commemorate the 60th anniversary of Rock & Roll. Experience an array of musical performances on The Carroll Bank and Trust Bandstand, along with children's performances at The Children's corner stage, food and arts vendors and activities for the entire family.

10:00am-8:00pm
Admission  FREE

191 Court Square
Huntingdon, TN

731-986-2100
morganetodd@gmail.com
www.dixiepac.net

Sep 29th, 2014 (Mon) -- Oct 2nd, 2014 (Thu)
  Donald Davis as Teller-in-Residence at Storytelling Live!
State: Tennessee

Donald Davis was born in a Southern Appalachian mountain world rich in stories, surrounded by a family of traditional storytellers who told him gentle fairy tales, simple and silly Jack tales, scary mountain lore, ancient Welsh and Scottish folktales, and most importantly, nourishing, true-to-life stories of his own neighbors and kin.
Featured at festivals throughout the U.S. and world, Davis is also known as a prolific author, producer of books and CDs, and as a guest host for NPR’s Good Evening. Davis is a recipient of the NSN ORACLE Circle of Excellence and Lifetime Achievement awards.
“I could have listened all morning to Donald Davis … his stories often left listeners limp with laughter at the same time they struggled with a lump in the throat.” – New York Times

2:00 pm
$12 adults $11 seniors and students

International Storytelling Center
110 W Main St
Jonesborough, TN 37659

(800)952-8392
customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
http://www.storytellingcenter.net