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11 April 2008
Lost Arts Series:
Southern Storytelling Workshop
at Historic McClellan

Lady Cordelia Von Nuthatch (one of Morrison's many characters) visits from 1899 to teach students about nature.

Featuring Renee Morrison
"Me, Myself and Midnight the Coonhound":
Stories Told under the Crooked Oak Tree

Join storyteller and character artist Renee Morrison for an educating/entertaining hands-on workshop which includes strands of how to tell your own stories, how to develop characters, motivation techniques, sound effects, props, audience participation and much more.

JSU Field School naturalist and beloved Alabama storyteller, "Snake Lady" Renee Morrison, will take a break from her duties hosting the 4th Annual Mountain Long Leaf Festival at the McClellan historic warehouse district to teach a storytelling workshop. Known to tell a few ghost stories herself, Renee has enjoyed storytelling with the some of "best in the business." Don't miss this opportunity to learn the How-To of the craft.  

  • Date: Saturday April 19
  • Time: 1:30 pm — 3:00 pm
  • Location: McClellan’s Longleaf Village;
    Mountain Longleaf Festival
    *Meet or register at JSU Continuing Education Station
  • Fee/Admission Charge: $20
  • CEUs: 0.15 - Hours: 1.50 - Credits - 1.50

Call JSU Continuing Education at 800-634-7199 or 256-782-5983 OR visit

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