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Today is June 29, 2016

Erwin, TN 37650

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

  • | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    - Corinne Stavish specializes in personal narratives and biblical interpretative tales that are warm and witty, powerful and poignant, and enhanced by a varied performing style. She has been featured at multiple festivals nationally, including the National Storytelling Festival.

    She serves on the Board of Directors of the International Storytelling Center; has been a keynote speaker at the National Storytelling Conference; was a Detroit Jewish Woman Artist of the Year; has 4 award-winning CDs; and contributed to Chicken Soup for the Jewish Soul and The Storyteller’s Companion to the Bible. Stavish is a College Professor in Humanities at Lawrence Technological University.

    “Corinne’s lively and dramatic stories captivate the listener. She’s engaging, dynamic and a treat for the ears.” – Cynthia Bledsoe, Director, Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival


    Cost: $12 for adults, $11 for seniors, students, and children under 18

    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, June 30th, 2016

  • | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    - Corinne Stavish specializes in personal narratives and biblical interpretative tales that are warm and witty, powerful and poignant, and enhanced by a varied performing style. She has been featured at multiple festivals nationally, including the National Storytelling Festival.

    She serves on the Board of Directors of the International Storytelling Center; has been a keynote speaker at the National Storytelling Conference; was a Detroit Jewish Woman Artist of the Year; has 4 award-winning CDs; and contributed to Chicken Soup for the Jewish Soul and The Storyteller’s Companion to the Bible. Stavish is a College Professor in Humanities at Lawrence Technological University.

    “Corinne’s lively and dramatic stories captivate the listener. She’s engaging, dynamic and a treat for the ears.” – Cynthia Bledsoe, Director, Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival


    Cost: $12 for adults, $11 for seniors, students, and children under 18

    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - An important part of corporate America. A handshake can make or break a business deal, interview or other encounter.
     
           

Friday, July 1st, 2016

  • | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    - Corinne Stavish specializes in personal narratives and biblical interpretative tales that are warm and witty, powerful and poignant, and enhanced by a varied performing style. She has been featured at multiple festivals nationally, including the National Storytelling Festival.

    She serves on the Board of Directors of the International Storytelling Center; has been a keynote speaker at the National Storytelling Conference; was a Detroit Jewish Woman Artist of the Year; has 4 award-winning CDs; and contributed to Chicken Soup for the Jewish Soul and The Storyteller’s Companion to the Bible. Stavish is a College Professor in Humanities at Lawrence Technological University.

    “Corinne’s lively and dramatic stories captivate the listener. She’s engaging, dynamic and a treat for the ears.” – Cynthia Bledsoe, Director, Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival


    Cost: $12 for adults, $11 for seniors, students, and children under 18

    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
  • | NATL - Seasonal
    - July1-31.Take the time to enjoy the fun and ease of cooking on the grill this month!
     
           

Saturday, July 2nd, 2016

  • | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    - Corinne Stavish specializes in personal narratives and biblical interpretative tales that are warm and witty, powerful and poignant, and enhanced by a varied performing style. She has been featured at multiple festivals nationally, including the National Storytelling Festival.

    She serves on the Board of Directors of the International Storytelling Center; has been a keynote speaker at the National Storytelling Conference; was a Detroit Jewish Woman Artist of the Year; has 4 award-winning CDs; and contributed to Chicken Soup for the Jewish Soul and The Storyteller’s Companion to the Bible. Stavish is a College Professor in Humanities at Lawrence Technological University.

    “Corinne’s lively and dramatic stories captivate the listener. She’s engaging, dynamic and a treat for the ears.” – Cynthia Bledsoe, Director, Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival


    Cost: $12 for adults, $11 for seniors, students, and children under 18

    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Monday, July 4th, 2016

  • | 10:00am - 5:45pm | Celebration, 4th of July, swim party, Legion St. Pool, Johnson City Parks and Rec,
    - Enjoy a fun day in the Sun playing water games! Cost is $3 (ages 13 and older) and $2 (ages 12 and under)
    Legion St. Pool
    111 Legion St. Johnson City TN 37601
    Karen Henninger 423.434.5749 khenninger@johnsoncitytn.org
  • | NATL - Historical
    - July 4th, 1776. The US commemorates adoption of the Declaration Of Independence by the Continental Congress.
     
           
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters New Moon phase at 7:01AM, EDT.
     
           

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

  • - A native of Osaka, Japan, Motoko has performed storytelling and mime professionally since 1993. Her repertoire includes Asian folktales, Rakugo and Zen tales, and mime vignettes, as well as personal stories from her childhood in Japan and life as an immigrant in the U.S. Her appearances include PBS’ Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood and a tour with the CarnegieKids in Miyazaki project sponsored by Carnegie Hall. The award-winning teller trained with master mime Tony Montanaro. “The entire evening was outstanding! Motoko translates intrinsically Japanese cultural ideas and idioms for an English speaking audience, and crafts the words to make them understand, laugh and be transported in time and space.” – Asian Arts & Culture Program, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016

  • - A native of Osaka, Japan, Motoko has performed storytelling and mime professionally since 1993. Her repertoire includes Asian folktales, Rakugo and Zen tales, and mime vignettes, as well as personal stories from her childhood in Japan and life as an immigrant in the U.S. Her appearances include PBS’ Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood and a tour with the CarnegieKids in Miyazaki project sponsored by Carnegie Hall. The award-winning teller trained with master mime Tony Montanaro. “The entire evening was outstanding! Motoko translates intrinsically Japanese cultural ideas and idioms for an English speaking audience, and crafts the words to make them understand, laugh and be transported in time and space.” – Asian Arts & Culture Program, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, July 7th, 2016

  • - A native of Osaka, Japan, Motoko has performed storytelling and mime professionally since 1993. Her repertoire includes Asian folktales, Rakugo and Zen tales, and mime vignettes, as well as personal stories from her childhood in Japan and life as an immigrant in the U.S. Her appearances include PBS’ Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood and a tour with the CarnegieKids in Miyazaki project sponsored by Carnegie Hall. The award-winning teller trained with master mime Tony Montanaro. “The entire evening was outstanding! Motoko translates intrinsically Japanese cultural ideas and idioms for an English speaking audience, and crafts the words to make them understand, laugh and be transported in time and space.” – Asian Arts & Culture Program, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
  • | 7:00pm - 9:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, live music, concerts, Winged Deer Park, Festival Plaza, Goulding Amphitheatre
    - Join us for a memorable musical experience featuring a dynamic mixture of the areas top talent! The line-up is as follows:

    July 7 - Kids Our Age
    July 14 - Bakersfield Band
    July 21 - Southern Countrymen Band
    July 28 - Benny Wilson
    Aug. 4 - Ivy Road
    Aug. 11 - Lauren Cole Band
    Aug 18 - Gospel
    Sep 11 - Johnson City Symphony

    Thank you to our sponsors! Bristol Broadcasting, DOTHERT Recording Studio, JC Parks and Rec., and News and Neighbor
    Lakefront Festival Plaza Goulding Amphiteatre'
    123 Carroll Creek Rd. Johnson City TN 37601
    Mary Ann Kinch 423.283.5827 makwdpark@johnsoncitytn.org
  • | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - July 7-10 CordeValle, San Martin, CA. For information visit http://www.usga.org
     
           

Friday, July 8th, 2016

  • - A native of Osaka, Japan, Motoko has performed storytelling and mime professionally since 1993. Her repertoire includes Asian folktales, Rakugo and Zen tales, and mime vignettes, as well as personal stories from her childhood in Japan and life as an immigrant in the U.S. Her appearances include PBS’ Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood and a tour with the CarnegieKids in Miyazaki project sponsored by Carnegie Hall. The award-winning teller trained with master mime Tony Montanaro. “The entire evening was outstanding! Motoko translates intrinsically Japanese cultural ideas and idioms for an English speaking audience, and crafts the words to make them understand, laugh and be transported in time and space.” – Asian Arts & Culture Program, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, July 9th, 2016

  • - A native of Osaka, Japan, Motoko has performed storytelling and mime professionally since 1993. Her repertoire includes Asian folktales, Rakugo and Zen tales, and mime vignettes, as well as personal stories from her childhood in Japan and life as an immigrant in the U.S. Her appearances include PBS’ Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood and a tour with the CarnegieKids in Miyazaki project sponsored by Carnegie Hall. The award-winning teller trained with master mime Tony Montanaro. “The entire evening was outstanding! Motoko translates intrinsically Japanese cultural ideas and idioms for an English speaking audience, and crafts the words to make them understand, laugh and be transported in time and space.” – Asian Arts & Culture Program, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

  • - Diane Edgecomb is recognized as one of the most versatile voices in storytelling today. Known for her rich characterizations and zany sense of humor, her performances range from Solstice Events rich in seasonal mythology to Celtic tales. Her repertoire also includes numerous original and personal stories, including those that chronicle her journeys in the remote mountain villages of the Kurdish region of Turkey. Edgecomb has been featured on NPR and is a Storytelling World Honors award winner for her CDs and book. She will be accompanied in Jonesborough by harper and vocalist Margot Chamberlain. “A storyteller in the grand tradition, Edgecomb is a virtuoso of the spoken word … an entire cast rolled into one.” – Publishers Weekly
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

  • - Diane Edgecomb is recognized as one of the most versatile voices in storytelling today. Known for her rich characterizations and zany sense of humor, her performances range from Solstice Events rich in seasonal mythology to Celtic tales. Her repertoire also includes numerous original and personal stories, including those that chronicle her journeys in the remote mountain villages of the Kurdish region of Turkey. Edgecomb has been featured on NPR and is a Storytelling World Honors award winner for her CDs and book. She will be accompanied in Jonesborough by harper and vocalist Margot Chamberlain. “A storyteller in the grand tradition, Edgecomb is a virtuoso of the spoken word … an entire cast rolled into one.” – Publishers Weekly
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Thursday, July 14th, 2016

  • - Diane Edgecomb is recognized as one of the most versatile voices in storytelling today. Known for her rich characterizations and zany sense of humor, her performances range from Solstice Events rich in seasonal mythology to Celtic tales. Her repertoire also includes numerous original and personal stories, including those that chronicle her journeys in the remote mountain villages of the Kurdish region of Turkey. Edgecomb has been featured on NPR and is a Storytelling World Honors award winner for her CDs and book. She will be accompanied in Jonesborough by harper and vocalist Margot Chamberlain. “A storyteller in the grand tradition, Edgecomb is a virtuoso of the spoken word … an entire cast rolled into one.” – Publishers Weekly
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
  • | 7:00pm - 9:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, live music, concerts, Winged Deer Park, Festival Plaza, Goulding Amphitheatre
    - Join us for a memorable musical experience featuring a dynamic mixture of the areas top talent! The line-up is as follows:

    July 7 - Kids Our Age
    July 14 - Bakersfield Band
    July 21 - Southern Countrymen Band
    July 28 - Benny Wilson
    Aug. 4 - Ivy Road
    Aug. 11 - Lauren Cole Band
    Aug 18 - Gospel
    Sep 11 - Johnson City Symphony

    Thank you to our sponsors! Bristol Broadcasting, DOTHERT Recording Studio, JC Parks and Rec., and News and Neighbor
    Lakefront Festival Plaza Goulding Amphiteatre'
    123 Carroll Creek Rd. Johnson City TN 37601
    Mary Ann Kinch 423.283.5827 makwdpark@johnsoncitytn.org

Friday, July 15th, 2016

  • - Diane Edgecomb is recognized as one of the most versatile voices in storytelling today. Known for her rich characterizations and zany sense of humor, her performances range from Solstice Events rich in seasonal mythology to Celtic tales. Her repertoire also includes numerous original and personal stories, including those that chronicle her journeys in the remote mountain villages of the Kurdish region of Turkey. Edgecomb has been featured on NPR and is a Storytelling World Honors award winner for her CDs and book. She will be accompanied in Jonesborough by harper and vocalist Margot Chamberlain. “A storyteller in the grand tradition, Edgecomb is a virtuoso of the spoken word … an entire cast rolled into one.” – Publishers Weekly
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Saturday, July 16th, 2016

  • - Diane Edgecomb is recognized as one of the most versatile voices in storytelling today. Known for her rich characterizations and zany sense of humor, her performances range from Solstice Events rich in seasonal mythology to Celtic tales. Her repertoire also includes numerous original and personal stories, including those that chronicle her journeys in the remote mountain villages of the Kurdish region of Turkey. Edgecomb has been featured on NPR and is a Storytelling World Honors award winner for her CDs and book. She will be accompanied in Jonesborough by harper and vocalist Margot Chamberlain. “A storyteller in the grand tradition, Edgecomb is a virtuoso of the spoken word … an entire cast rolled into one.” – Publishers Weekly
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net

Monday, July 18th, 2016

  • - The 2016 Republican National Convention will convene in Cleveland, Ohio on July 18-21, 2016. The RNC chose a 2016 convention date much earlier than in recent elections, allowing the Republican nominee to draw upon campaign cash designated to be spent only in the general election.

    Ohio has been a battleground swing-state throughout United States campaigning history. The last candidate to win the presidential election without Ohio was Democrat John F. Kennedy in 1960. The last Republican presidential candidate to win the election without Ohio was Abraham Lincoln, 100 years earlier, in 1860. Cleveland last hosted the Republican National Convention in 1936.

    The main 2016 Republican National Convention venue will be the Quicken Loans Arena. This main convention center is located in downtown Cleveland, and referred to locally as "The Q". The multipurpose arena seats 20,500, and includes 2,000 club seats and 88 luxury suites. It is home to three professional sports teams and hosts numerous entertainment events. Other supporting venues within walking distance of 2016 RNC main venue include the Cleveland Convention Center and the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel.

    Other cities that were considered to host the 2016 Republican National Convention included Cincinnati, Columbus, Denver, Kansas City, Las Vegas and Phoenix. Columbus and Phoenix were eliminated on April 2, 2014. Cincinnati and Las Vegas withdrew on May 22, 2014. On June 25, 2014, the Republican National Committee announced that the cities of Cleveland and Dallas would continue to the final round of consideration to host the 2016 Convention. The recommendation to select 'Cleveland 2016' was made following a final review by the Republicans' site selection committee on July 8, 2014.

    To volunteer to help host the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland go to https://2016rnc.my-trs.com/
     
           
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - In trouble with somebody you care about? Get Out Of The Doghouse Day is like a ‘get out of jail free card’ from the game Monopoly – use it to apologise, mend hurts and get back to normal.
     
           

Tuesday, July 19th, 2016

  • - Called “top-notch family entertainment” by Publishers Weekly, Jeri Burns and Barry Marshall have been working together as The Storycrafters since 1991. With a natural energetic style, they specialize in original retellings and modern renditions of world folklore, integrating music and song, poignancy and pizzazz. The Storycrafters have been featured in major festivals and schools across the U.S. and abroad, including the Gimistory Festival in the Cayman Islands and the International Storytelling Festival in Northern Ireland. They have garnered awards from Parents’ Choice, the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio and Storytelling World. “This couple is hilarious. I am truly sorry for anyone who missed The Storycrafters’ performance. The audience was completely enraptured by the stories they told.” – High Plains Sentinel
    International Storytelling Center
    100 W. Main Street Jonesborough TN 37659
    Customer Service 18009528392 customerservice@storytellingcenter.net
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