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Texas Storytelling Festival
March 9 - March 12
Everyone loves a good story!
Hear personal stories, ghost stories, a liars contest, sacred tales, youth activities, a story slam, poetry slam, music, and so much more. In addition, participants can attend workshops to hone their own storytelling skills.
A weekend pass includes: 15 storytelling concerts, 9 workshops, 3 music concerts, 1 poetry SLAM, 4 youth activities and over 50 storytellers!
Prices range from Free – $90.
Early bird deadline is February 23.
Individual event tickets are $10.
Our Featured Tellers:
Elizabeth Ellis is a National Storytelling Festival favorite known for her memorable and powerful personal stories.
Sheila Arnold depicts historical characters and presents Christian monologues along with a variety of stories and folktales.
Colin Urwin shares traditional Irish and Scottish folk tales and songs.
Joe Hayes is a nationally recognized teller of Southwestern folktales from the Hispanic, Native American and Anglo cultures.
Bernadette Nason is known for her personal memoirs along with other stories and folktales.
March 9 – Ghost Stories (ASL interpreters)
March 10 – Family Storytime
March 11 – Youth Events, Story Slam, Poetry Slam, Young Adult Story Swap
March 12 – Sacred Tales (ASL interpreters)
Time(s): 7:00 pm