Calico Storytelling Concert and Workshop
Featuring Renee Morrison
Auburn University Community Outreach Program
Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve
JSU Field Schools and Auburn University's Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve presents Calico Storytelling Concert and
Workshop featuring JSU's own Renee Morrison at Auburn University's
Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve Saturday, May 10, 2008.
Lady Cordelia Von Nuthatch, the Victorian Naturalist, (one of Morrison's many characters) visits from 1899 to teach students about nature.
The program features two sessions--a morning storytelling session featuring renowned storyteller Renee Morrison who has become known as
the "pied piper of storytelling" in the Southeast for more than a decade followed by the workshop "Tellin' Your Own Story" in the afternoon.
Click here for specific details of scheduled events/fees: Storytelling Session/Workshop Featuring
Morrison recently published her first book Calico Ghosts and her first storytelling CD will be available soon.
She is currently the Assistant Director/Coordinator of Jacksonville State University's Field Schools, where she provides more
than 250 programs each year for thousands of participants. For more information, call Jennifer Lolley at 334-707-6512.
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