The Kansas City Storytelling Celebration, hosted by MCC-Maple Woods, will be celebrated with lively stories, anecdotes, myths, legends and lessons. Our 16th Annual Celebration will celebrate the time honored tradition of storytelling and will be held in more than 100 sites across the Kansas City metro area. For a schedule of public events visit kcstorytelling.org.
Join the excitement as NSN offers the Kansas City community a FREE storytelling event, March 6-7, 2015 at the Woodneath Mid-Continent Public Library. Please help us thank Mid-Continent Public Library, Arts KC, the Neighborhood Tourism Development Fund, Maplewoods Community College, Ted Parkhurst of Parkhurst Brothers, Inc., and other local benefactors for their generous support.
Enjoy performances and workshops with Beth Horner and The Storycrafters (Barry Marshall and Jeri Burns), a Friday evening reception and Saturday family-friendly Story Slam. We want to show-off our amazing members – that’s YOU! – to Kansas City.
Full details: www.storynet.org
Check out teller videos from past celebrations:
Michael is a multicultural storyteller of African, African-American and international folktales, historical tales, stories of science, spiritual stories as well as stories of the brilliant and absolutely stupid things he has done in his life.
Mike and Nancee Micham have developed their musical talent and love of entertaining through stints at Silver Dollar City, the McHaffie Homestead and their own Front Door Farm Market.
A virtuosa on Washboard, Angela's performances are a whimsical braid of poetry, story and song played on Autoharp, Tenor Guitar, Spoon and Bell.
Describing herself as having survived the Baby Boom with her sense of humor intact, Megan Hicks makes characters come alive to all ages.