Monday, September 06, 2010

Fall 2010 Storytelling Possibilities

Storytelling opportunist
Lexington areas this fall.
Both listening , telling and sponsoring

Code: CG = Common Ground Coffee Café on High near Rose
N = Natashas Bistro, opposite Chase parking.

Sept. 9 - CG Open Mic - Theme: "Joke Night"7-9

Sept. 15. Monthly meeting of Lexington Spellbinders. Guests welcome. Beaumont Library, 9:3- - 11 a.m.

Sept. 16. Woodford Theater. “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” Dress rehearsal. Central Ky storytellers have a free admission to dress rehearsal, Confirm reservation w. Paschal (cell 203-5302 by 9/14. Link

Sept. 23 - CG Storytelling Club Meeting - Workshop: "Telling Personal Stories about our Significant (or ex-significant) Other" conducted by Paschal Baute, 7-9

Sept 24-25 Cave Run Storytelling Festival. See website

Sept 28 0r 29 KSA Wandering Storyteller, place TBA.

Sept 29. First OLLI Donovan class in “Whoever Tells the Best Story wins.” by Paschal Baute and Charlie Eyer, at Temple Adath Israel, Ashland Avenue, 10-12. Further info:
(859) 257-2658 toll free (866) 602-5862
UK website

Oct. 5 Opera House. Alltech Fortnight Festival and Variety Live present John Lithgow's "Stories by Heart"Tuesday, 7:30 pm. Link:

Oct 13. Monrhy meetung if Lexington Spellbinders. Guests welcome. Beaumant Library 9:30-11 am.

Oct 14. CG Open Mike “Can’t Live with them and can’t live without them.”

Oct 25. N Wandering Storyteller and Open Mike program, 8-10

Oct. 28th -CG Club Meting - Workshop: TBA

PLEASE NOTE Invitations for our Dream Catchers spellbinder storytelling group are being accepted for this fall. We perform for any grou0p to raise awareness of unsafe Kids in KY.(Our state has the worst record in the nation) Contact Pascal the Rascal, Lexington Spellbinder. 293-5302, Email: Web