Storyteller Harlynne Geisler
CALENDAR OF EVENTS WORLDWIDE
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of public shows in California and (occasionally) Illinois by individual teller Harlynne
http://www.northlands.net/ Northlands Storytelling Network, regional storytelling organization for Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Michigan. Features details on Northlands' storytelling conference, held annually the last weekend in April.
2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month Hopkins, MN 7:30-9 PM starting October 9. Story concert & swap. The Depot Coffee House, 9451 Excelsior Boulevard 612-920-5914 or at 612-936-0408. Andre Heuer hear@MR.NET.
Northstar Storytelling League 1st Wednesday of each month Board meeting at 6:30 PM - Story Swap at 7:30 PM Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 2730 E. 31st Street, Minneapolis Andre Heuer 612-920-5914 or email@example.com
every July. Ely. Moose is Loose Storytelling Festival. Northern Minnesota's only storytelling festival. Hear animal stories, personal tales and family folktales at this community event. Contact: Kevin Strauss, (218) 365-5221, firstname.lastname@example.org, naturestory.com/event
The North Mississippi Storytelling Guild meets in North Mississippi communities. Contact Rebecca Jernigan at: 662/234-0660 or e-mail: email@example.com
The Poplarville Storytellers Guild meets the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Methodist Youth Building, corner of Church and Julia Streets, downtown Poplarville. Additional information: Hattie Gentry at 601/795-8378 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mississippi Storyweavers Guild meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Ridgeland Library, 51 Highway. Serving greater Jackson. email@example.com
June Poplarville. Mississippi Blueberry Jubilee Storytelling Festival. Contact: Hattie B. Gentry, 601/795-8378, firstname.lastname@example.org
4th Tues. of every other month. Saint Louis Salad Bowl Restaurant, Lindell Blvd. 6 p.m. Gateway Storytellers meeting and swap. 314-966-3153
OASIS Clayton Oral History Program provides an opportunity for seniors to videotape their personal history for only $35. Volunteers are trained to videotape and interview. 314-862-4859.
OASIS Clayton Oral History Program provides an opportunity for seniors to learn to tell stories and for others to book them to tell stories. Call Harriet 314-862-7571.
MO-TELL, Missouri Storytelling, is dedicated to promoting storytelling throughout the state of Missouri. To that end, MO-TELL sponsors five annual events: The Missouri River Storytelling Festival and fall workshop in St. Charles, Missouri, held in October; Tellabration, a storytelling event that is also a fundraiser to support storytelling, held in November; an annual meeting held in January; a spring workshop held in April; and a summer auction. For more information, email Sue Hinkel, email@example.com, or 314-271-7914. Website: http://www.motell.org/
The Annual St. Louis Storytelling Festival has both featured and regional storytellers. Storytelling performances take place at locations throughout the metropolitan area, including the museum under the Gateway Arch, the Old Courthouse, the Missouri
Historical Society, several branches of the St. Louis Public Library, Maryland Heights Centre, St. Louis County Parks, the Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis City Parks, St. Charles City Parks, Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center, the UMSt. Louis campus, and Cahokia Mounds in Illinois. http://www.umsl.edu/~conted/storyfes
Missouri Storytelling Festival - www.umsl.edu/~conted/storyfes.htm
every October St. Charles. Missouri River Storytelling Festival. Friday evening Ghost Storytelling, Saturday morning and afternoon Storytelling for Children, Saturday evening dinner and Storytelling Concert, Sunday morning Sacred Telling. Contact: Karen & Mike Potts, 636-928-7984, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.motell.org
every August. Sweet Pea Festival of the Arts, Bozeman, MT Call: (406) 586-4003.
A weekly half-hour radio show called One More Story plays in Omaha on the local NPR station, KIOS-FM, and across the state of Nebraska. One More Story is seeking more cds and tapes of adult stories to use on the show. If you'd be willing to send us yours, we'll give it a happy listening and will try to use the stories which suit out programming. We'd like to expand the territory some - making the show accessible to tellers who are not heard as often as others. Right now the show only plays to an audience of from 5 - 10 thousand a week, but we do advertise how to get your tapes & cds during the show. And we are looking for an underwriter to get the show on satellite so it can be picked up by other stations. You must sign a release form. It is important to everyone that you have permission to broadcast the stories that you send us, so if there are some on your tape or cd for which you do not have broadcast permission, please let us know which. If you have questions or concerns, send them to Nancy Duncan, at email address: email@example.com. Tapes & CDs should be mailed to One More Story, 1803 S. 58th St., Omaha, NE 68106. If you'd like to have a cassette copy of any show that uses a story by you, let me know also. 402-551-4532
Nebraska Storytelling Festival and other events - www.nebraskastoryarts.org
The mission of Nebraska StoryArts is to preserve, perpetuate and celebrate storytelling of all cultures and to nurture, sustain and develop the storytelling community of tellers and listeners. For more information about the Liar's Contest or upcoming Nebraska StoryArts events, please contact Elizabeth Kumru at 551-4532, or visit the NSA website at www.nebraskastoryarts.org.
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