May 19 Story Concert from Asheville Storytelling Circle

Press release from Asheville Storytelling Circle:

Asheville Storytelling Circle, Founded in 1995, Celebrates 24 Years of Quality Storytelling With Another Stellar Springtime Story Concert!WHAT:  Mountain Folk Tales

WHEN:  Sunday, May 19, 2019;  3:00 PM.
WHERE:  Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway
HOW MUCH:  General Admission $10.; $5. Students thru 12th grade.

After 22 years of staging the most popular Tellabration! in the United States, the citizens of Asheville and surrounding areas can again enjoy an outstanding storytelling event when Asheville Storytelling Circle and the Southern Highland Craft Guild present a line-up of tellers drawn from the best North Carolina has to offer.  Story lovers won’t want to miss this Sunday afternoon event featuring ASC tellers Becky Stone, Sandra Gudger, and Sherry Lovett, along with youth tellers from Owen Middle School.  The event will be Emceed by host Wallace Shealy.
Tickets are available, first-come – first-serve, at the door.  For INFO and Advance Reservations:  828-274-1123 or 828-777-9177.

DIRECTIONS to the Folk Art Center:  From Interstate 40 East: Take Exit 55 to Highway 70.  Turn left and go about one mile to the Blue Ridge Parkway.  Go underneath the Parkway and exit right onto the Parkway entrance ramp.  At the stop sign, turn left (north) onto the Parkway.  Go approximately one-half mile and the Folk Art Center is on the left

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