Storyteller Harlynne Geisler
858-569-9399 storybag[a]


NEVADA ————————— Site of the Washoe County, Nevada Library. Site includes information about the River City Storytelling Festival.
Boulder City St. Retreat 702-293-6634
every September Boulder City Folk Festival. Two full days of Storytelling, Folk Music, and Folk Artist demonstrating and selling wares.


Radio and TV

WSCS 90.9-FM, Colby Sawyer College, New London, NH."The Talking Stick." Mondays, 5pm-6pm, adult and familystorytelling, (603) 526-3000. Hosted by Lauretta Phillips. (603) 735-8117.

ONGOING League for the Advancement of New England Storytelling (LANES) is the Northeastern regional organization for storytelling. Lists events throughout the New England states and upstate New York.
Merrimack Valley Storytelling Guild is currently forming. Contact Angela Cay Klingler (603) 898-0537.
Portsmouth: 4th Thursdays 7:00pm, at Vaughn Room, Portsmouth Public Library, Portsmouth. Seacoast Storytellers Story Circle. Contact Cathy (603) 772-6030.
Storytelling Night at Lilly's On the Pond Restaurant, Route 202 at intersection with Route 119, Rindge. (603)899-3322. 5pm-8pm.Booking: Vicki Graw (978) 537-4728.
every Thursday 6:30 p.m. Corner House Inn, Center Sandwich, Corner House Inn, Rts. 113 & 109, Center Sandwich. Don Brown (603) 284-6219 for info.
one Thursday a month. Stew & Story. Inn on Newfound Lake, Bridgewater. Dinner 6:30 & teller 8 p.m. $10.95 603-744-9111
Southern New Hampshire Storytelling Guild, monthly meetings, 3rd Tuesdays, 7pm at Mori's Books, 141 Route 101A, Heritage Place, Amherst. (603) 882 2666. Don Spence (603) 882 4081.
Central New Hampshire Storytelling Guild, monthly meetings, 2nd Tuesdays, 7pm Bow Mills United Methodist Church, 505 South St., Concord. Contact Lauretta Phillips (603) 735-5965.
Monadnock Storytelling Guild, 1st Tuesdays, 7pm, Civic Center, Main St., Jaffrey. Ross Kenyon (603) 532-4113.

NEW JERSEY —————————

2nd Thurs. 7:30 West Jersey Shore Storytellers. United Methodist Church, 247 Broad St., Red Bank. 732-922-3216
1st Sun. 7:30 New Jersey Storytelling Guild. Union Congregational Church, 176 Cooper Ave., Montclair 973-539-5378
The Garden State Storytellers' League is affiliated with the National Story League and is a volunteer organization. Monthly meetings and Story Swaps are held. Phone: 609-896-2746


Taos is have a monthly group meeting at Leah Alexander's house of people interested in learning more about storytelling. Any visitors interested are most welcome. Usually it is the third Sunday of the month, at 7 p.m., but anyone who wants to come should call Leah Alexander: (505)737-0258. <>

Every Oct.-- Taos St. Fest.

Albuquerque Story Swaps Padraic \"Slyboots\" Keohane <> is in charge of the Albuquerque story swap for the Storytellers of New Mexico The story swaps are open to the public and held in the community room at one of our Wild Oats markets. We meet every third Sunday of the month from 2 to 4. The meetings will have a short welcome, the speaker gets from 15 to 40 minutes and then we have the story swap allowing everyone a chance to tell or just listen. We usually have from 8 to 12 people show up. Wild Oats Community Room, Juan Tabo and Menaul. NO SWAP in NOVEMBER or DECEMBER!

Santa Fe: For swap information call Mary Ellen Gonzales at 438-6265

Las Cruces: State College Story League: 107 W. Ethel, Las Cruces. Pat Gill 526-8377

Farmington - 1st Saturday/month Kid's Swap with Flo Trujillo. 599-1273 Info.: see Colorado, Durango for a swap.)

ON-AIR OPPORTUNITIES FOR STORYTELLERS: * BOOMBOX IN THE CLASSROOM with MARY RONISH Contact: or phone 275-5717. * BACK ROADS RADIO with Judy Goldberg. Contact Judy at or (505)986-1880.

Every October Farmington Four Corners Storytelling Festival Farmington Public Library, 100 West Broadway, Farmington, NM 87401 (505) 599-1273 or email Flo Trujillo Information about the festival is available on the Farmington Public Library website:

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