DO TELL 2016
SUNDAY, MAY 1@ 3:00-6:00pm
BENEFIT PERFORMANCE FOR
Sherry Lovett- Award winning teller
Nancy Basket- Native American
Ronnie Pepper- MLK winner (in School shows )
Karen-Eve Bayne- Award winning teller
Music by Singing storytellers- Jenna Lindbo & Kim Richardson
Stull Hall at Grace Lutheran Church,
1245 6th Ave. West (6th & Blythe St)
Hendersonville, NC 28791
Information at 828 388 0247
Tickets at the door $12 only- open seating.
As part of a region-wide storytelling festival, Grace Lutheran Church will host the Do Tell Storyfest from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. Sunday, May 1 in Stull Hall. This storytelling for the 21st Century program is suitable for family members ages 10 to 110, and proceeds will go to Homes for Youth in Henderson County.
Tickets are $12 per person and will be available at the door on the day of the Storyfest 30 minutes before the show.
Homes for Youth is a charitable non-profit corporation whose mission is to provide stable, safe, and appropriate housing with positive role models to homeless youth in Henderson County, enabling each young person to reach his or her full potential. For more information go to: www.homesforyouth.org/home
This festival is funded, in part, by a
And STEAP, Inc. (Storytelling, Education and Arts Programs)
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Community storytelling performances are available by arrangement for parties or as programs for civic groups, private parties, churches, schools, libraries, workshops.