About April Armstrong
April Armstrong weaves melodies and words for a refreshing and compelling style of storytelling. She tells multi-cultural folktales, including African-American and Latino stories, to delight, inform, and inspire audiences of all ages. Storytelling has taken her throughout NYC, to Florida, Georgia, California, Jamaica and Bali. April received the National Storytelling Network’s 2020 J.J. Reneaux Emerging Artist Award.
About Tim Tingle
Tim Tingle is an Oklahoma Choctaw storyteller, and author of 24 books. His great-great-grandfather, John Carnes, walked the Trail of Tears in 1835, inspiring many of Tingle’s most important stories. From 2011 to 2016, Tim was a featured storyteller in “Choctaw Days,” at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. http://www.timtingle.com
We would love to have you join us! Please register to receive Zoom information for our October event.
The event is free but please consider a $15 donation that will go to the performers.
November 11, 2020 – join us for more Grapevine Storytelling with Jennifer Munro and Loren Niemi
FSGW sponsors storytelling at The Grapevine Online, an electronic stage for professional storytellers. The Grapevine is home to the best in modern storytelling, which means all kinds of storytelling: truth, fiction, heroes, villains, myths, and legends, in solemn, humorous, and other styles. All the varieties of story that people have told each other for thousands of years; told really, really, well by people who are at the top of their craft. Hosted by: Noa Baum, Tim Livengood, and Renée Brachfeld.
When: Second Wednesday of each month at 7:30PM.
Where: Via Zoom. When you register we will send you the Zoom information.
Admission: Free, but we will ask for a $15 donation if you like what you hear.
Questions? Contact email@example.com
You can also check out their Facebook page and leave comments at: GrapevineStoryTelling
Interested in additional story telling events in the area? Check out the Voices In the Glen Calendar