Who doesn't love a good story? "Storytelling is not just for kids," says press for the Do Tell Festival. "This is intelligent entertainment for all ages, by some of the region's best performers." Listen to tall tales from Ronnie Pepper, Gwenda Ledbetter, Mark Twain portrayer Marvin Cole and others. Saturday, April 6 (showcase of storytellers from 1-5:30 p.m., Best of Festival with Geraldine Buckley at 7:30 p.m.) and Sunday, April 7 (afternoon of stories and songs with Donna Marie Todd, pictured here, at 3 p.m.). All performances at the Downtown Flat Rock Playhouse, 125 Main St., Hendersonville. $12 for performances, $20 for storytelling workshop (Saturday, 9:30-11:30 a.m.). http://www.dotellfestival.org.
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