If you are in comfortable driving distance of LaGrange Georgia tomorrow (Sunday, March 9, 2014), even though it’s time-change morning, come over to the Callaway Theater on the LaGrange College campus for the FREE storytelling finale of the annual Azalea Storytelling Festival --- 9:30 a.m. till noon with a short break in the middle.
Six hours of tales and tunes. We have had us a day!
“If a woman lies,” says Barb, “It’s for a good and honest reason and benefits all around.”
DAVEY HATED FISH
“My son was born,” declares Megan, “and I was thrown into a blender.” And her Christmas cards became Groundhog Day cards... a tradition she has kept since. So when she retells “The Fisherman and His Wife” there’s a very practical groundhog in place of the usual purveyor of magic.
Bill finished up with another of my favorites, his autobiographical story and song “My Father Played The Phonograph.”
Well that is just a taste of justr the first of three sessions today.