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Storytelling Festival of World Music & Story

County College of Morris
Randolph, New Jersey
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Sunday, March 20th, 2011, from 12:30 to 4:00 p.m.

Outstanding storytellers and musicians will bring to life tales and tunes old and new. Be entertained by folk tales, family stories, fables and tall tales from many lands and times. Treat your imagination to the power and elegance of the well-told story and the magic of storyteller Rafe Martin and musician Andy Wasserman. A day to delight all ages — youngsters and oldsters. Bring the whole family.

Let your imagination soar on wings of story and music.

Rafe Martin will be available for book signing after his performance.

Admission: $6.00 (all ages)

Download the Festival flyer (PDF format)

Workshops (choose one), from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
(with five Professional Development Credits available from CCM):
Teach Peace: Using Storytelling for Conflict Resolution
with Jean Alter
Story, Imagination & Gesture
with Rafe Martin
Registration: $28.00
(including lunch and afternoon performances)

Register for either workshop online

Contact: 1.973.625.8548

Please note: Registration is not required for the afternoon performances.


Irish Tea and Stories from the "Old Sod"
with Patrick Ahern and Marianne McShane

Presented by the Rye Storytellers' Guild

Rye Free Reading Room
(Community Meeting Room)
1061 Boston Post Road, Rye, New York
Sunday, March 20th, 2011 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Enjoy Irish soda bread, cheese and tea, and laugh and tear up as a pair of Irish natives share their recollections and stories.

Rye’s own Patrick A. Ahern, a native of County Limerick, returns to the Reading Room for the fourth year to reminisce about his youth.

Joining him is Marianne McShane, a noted storyteller who delights audiences with folktales drawn from her own roots in Northern Ireland.

Information: 1. 914.967.0480 (voice) or 1.914.967.5522 (fax)

This event is sponsored by the Rye Free Reading Room.