Next Weekend! Tall Shadows Passing By: a Storytelling Event

June 5, 2013 |

Come listen to history come alive! The Traveling 219 project and Appalachian Forest Heritage Area AmeriCorps are collaborating on a series of multimedia storytelling performances in June along Route 219!

“Tall Shadows Passing By: Folktales and Music from these Hills” is a live performance event presented by Traveling 219. Over the course of an hour, we’ll be exploring folktales, both familiar and lesser-known, through live storytelling, music, theater, and experimental audio. The event will feature the work of multimedia journalist Jessie Wright-Mendoza of Traveling 219, award-winning storyteller Adam Booth, and a host of local musicians and performers including Kevin Chesser, Emily Prentice, and Jane Birdsong and Becky Hill. Free admission, donations are appreciated! This a fun, family friendly event for all ages!
Thursday June 13th – 8 pm – Pretty Penny, Hillsboro
Saturday June 15th – 3 pm – Beverly Heritage Center, Beverly.
In conjunction with the celebration of the 150th Anniversary of West Virginia Statehood. 
Sunday June 16th – 8 pm – Purple Fiddle, Thomas
To learn more information,, or call 304.637.1349.
We hope to see you along Route 219 and please help us spread the word!


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