Friday afternoon we will have a workshop with Tim Tingle, Coloring with words, creating effective images with storytelling; writing and telling 130-3 PM, prior to our annual general session membership meeting @ 4PM. The Auction and vendor booths will be open in the afternoon, as well. Join us for telling, listening and education we will be preserving and promoting the oral tradition of storytelling! Join us in Seminole next month!
The Territory Tellers have many good friends, who help fund our festival!
A shout out goes to:
Connie and Barbara Fisher
Pat and Steve Kardaleff
Tall Grass Tellers – Bartlesville
If we did not list your support contact Territory Tellers and let us know! Contact our treasurer Paulette Geeslin via our website @ http://www.territorytellers.org/Board/Board
We will see you all in June for the festival!
Four days, 50 storytellers, 95 events http://stlstorytellingfestival.org/
According to Doug Bennett, instructor and storyteller, we are trying to preserve the art of the oral tradition, in Kansas. There are plans in the works for the formation of a Southeast Kansas Storytelling Guild. The purpose for this storytelling guild is to give support to storytellers by offering a venue to create and tell stories, to teach others how to create and tell stories and to produce storytelling events in and around southeast Kansas.
Anyone over 18 interested in being a part of the storytelling guild may call Bennett at 620-308-5305 or email@example.com.
More Kansas information
April 26 & 27, 2013 will be the 20th annual Kansas Storytelling Festival! http://www.kansasstorytelling.com/
Tim couch workshop
Quite a group of tellers joined us for a fabulous workshop in January at the Sequoyah Lodge resort, our state park retreat this past January. Both old members and new, along with Lodge patrons shared in storytelling on Lake Ft. Gibson.
Yes, our tellers from the Ole’ Angus Barn near Seminole, joined with others at the winter retreat!