White Mountain Storytelling Festival @ Plymouth State University

White Mountain Storytelling Festival @ Plymouth State University

More About White Mountain Storytelling Festival @ Plymouth State University

Regi Carpenter, award winning storyteller, educator & author from Ithaca, NY is the featured teller for this 9th annual event produced by the NH Storytelling Alliance. As a keynote speaker, Regi uses the power of stories to motivate individuals. Her memoir was described as “an unexpected gift that leaves us longing for more.” As the founder of Stories with Spirit she brings songs of joy and stories of hope to children and the people who love and care for them in homes, hospices, and hospitals. The White Mountain Storytelling Festival includes stories by selected tellers representing a variety of storytelling styles. Free Friday night Ghost Stories include well-known favorites plus a few that are true & terrifying! Saturday begins with a free Children's Concert with Nicolette Heavy, who can immerse you in an imaginative world where anything is possible; NH Talkers are Rebecca Rule and stories of good old-fashioned Yankee humor, plus her special guest; Raising Our Voices with Quinn Golden, Stephanie Sabato, Joey Talbert & Jenny Lee, all have wonderful stories to share; Featured Teller Family Concert; a 2nd Family Concert with Lauretta Phillips telling folk tales, fairy tales & tall tales & ends with the Featured Teller Evening Concert.
Free Sunday morning Sacred Stories mix laughter with inspiration.
Full festival ticket $30, NHSA members $25. Single events $10. Children under 12, PSU students free.
Tickets online or at the door.

Tags: local events, storytelling, performances, family



Event Details

Date: September 14, 2019
Time: 10:00am - 9:00pm

Location:
Plymouth State University
17 High Street
Plymouth NH 03264

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Contact:
Joyce Sabato
6035487268
event.manager@nhstorytelling.org


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