They told it at the Do Tell Storyfest

The third annual Do Tell Storyfest took place Feb. 11 and 12. Fabulous story tellers from WNC presented their favorite stories this past weekend at the Flat Rock Playhouse. The expressive and capturing tellers lit up the theatre in downtown Hendersonville. There was a wide range of stories told over the weekend, from Lincoln’s story to tales of first love. Storytellers included Sherry Lovett, David Novak, Gwenda Ledbetter, Karen-Eve, Michael Reno Harrell, Elena Diana Miller and Candler Willis. There was also an open-mic on Saturday afternoon which showcased talented volunteers of all ages. Here are some pictures from Saturday, Feb. 11.


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