2017 PowellsWood Storytelling Festival Day 2
PowellsWood: A Northwest Garden plays host to this annual 2-day festival of the art of storytelling July 21st & 22nd.
The first day, internationally-renowned storytellers engage registered guests with workshops designed to turn everyday people into tellers of their own stories. Full-pass participants even get a chance at "Tea With the Tellers" on PowellsWood's fabled Garden Room Terrace. Click Here for Friday Event Ticketing.
The second day, it's all telling, all the time, with special secret spots in the 3-acre garden set up with tents featuring storytelling tracks for adults, families, and children.
For complete schedule information, visit PowellsWoodFestival.org.
Guests are welcome to bring their own lunches. On Saturday, lunches and snacks will also be offered for sale.
Donald Davis. Much-loved Appalachian master teller Donald Davis brings his audiences to laughter and tears often at the same time.
Linda Gorham. Lindas performances are filled with surprising twists, unconventional humor, and sophisticated attitude.
Antonio Sacre. Antonio draws from an extensive repertoire that includes folk tales, myths, and legends from around the world.
Bill Harley. Bills songs and stories paint a vibrant and hilarious picture of growing up, schooling and family life.
MaryGay Ducey. MaryGay delights audiences with her humorous tales that mix personal and historical, literary and folk.
PowellsWood: A Northwest Garden (View)
430 South Dash Point Road
Federal Way, WA 98003
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