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Seventh Annual 'Tellabration- Storytelling in the Canyon' Slated for November 22

11/17/2014


Can dogs talk? Do fairies dance? Are trees magical? Do you have memories of growing up in the south during the "fun years?" How do other nations celebrate the holidays? Why should we soar like eagles?

Join the Tessellation Tellers at the Little River Canyon Center on Saturday, November 22, as they "write stories on the wind" during the Seventh Annual Tellabration: Storytelling in the Canyon. The event takes place from 1-4 p.m. and admission is free. 

Your tellers for the day will be Finn Bille, Joe Estes, Danny Turner, Lee Piskorz, and Renee Morrison (aka Midnight the Coon-hound). The International Tellebration is a worldwide event devoted to storytelling.This grass-roots movement is endorsed by the National Storytelling Network.It is always presented on the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

For the Canyon Center event, De Soto State Park is offering a discount on lodging if you mention "Tellabration" when you call to make reservations.

Visit www.tellabration.org for more info about International Tellabration; visit www.canyoncenter.org to learn more about this and other events.

For more information email Renee Morrison at rmorrison@jsu.edu or call 256-782-5697.
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