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Grapevine Storytelling online, with Howard Lieberman and Chetter Galloway

  • 09 Nov 2022
  • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Online


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Our featured tellers this month are Howard Lieberman and Chetter Galloway

Please register FOR FREE. You will get an email with the necessary Zoom information. We ask for donations to support our tellers, suggested $15 per person. Donations can be made online before, during, or after the event. 

The Grapevine is spoken word performance for adults and teens, celebrating the timeless art of the story, hosted by storytellers Renée Brachfeld and Tim Livengood.


Howard Lieberman, poet, storyteller, and performance artist, has done everything on stage except sing. He has been regarded as the finest Jewish traditional Irish Ceili dancer in Manhattan. His tap dancer father and math teacher mother partially explains his wild mood swings. Howard now lives in bucolic, Republican, Stillwater, Minnesota with a New York accent and a jaded sense of humor. More about Howard.

Chetter Galloway grew up hearing his father tell stories on weekend road trips. His favorite was The Talking Skull, a West African cautionary tale where a man loses his head. Chetter graduated from East Tennessee State University with a Master of Arts degree in Storytelling and is an avid runner who enjoys creating stories while he’s running! More about Chetter

For more information go to The Grapevine (Storytelling)

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