Over the river and through the woods we go, hoping Grandma doesn't get run over by a reindeer. The words Christmas Pageant probably either make you glow with nostalgia or break out into a cold sweat. This collection of stories will make you laugh, make you cry, and answer the eternal question, What the heck is myrrh anyway?
Join us for a magical evening of storytelling with national storytellers Kevin Kling and Syd Lieberman. A perfect chance for you to watch storytelling in action and be transported by the magic of a great tale well told!
This event will be at Timpanogos High School from 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Family pricing is available.
The Timpanogos Storytelling Institute invites you to join Donald Davis, storyteller extraordinaire, prolific author, and master teacher, at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi, Utah, for a five-day storytelling retreat. This hands-on workshop is designed to help you explore the attic of your long-forgotten family memories so you can discover and organize the stories waiting to be told.
Build your story collection with this exclusive Festival CD sampler—a compilation of select stories from the 2012 Timpanogos Storytelling Festival.
Donald Davis “Don’t Kill Santa!”, Clare Murphy “The Marriage Boulder”, John McCutcheon “Kindergarten Wall” “Grandpa’s Song” “Room at the Top of the Stairs”, Pippa White “The Great Blizzard of 1888”, Betty Ann Wylie “My Double Name, a Southern Thing”, Sam Payne “Secret Fighter: Kid Songwriters and Their Grown-ups”, Kim Weitkamp “The Old Stained Man”, The Storycrafters “The Cinderella Rap”, Waddie Mitchell “The Bear Hunters Bold” by S. Omar Barker, Dovie Thomason “Eya the Camp Swallower”, Antonio Sacre “A Letter to God” by Gregorio López y Fuentes, Bill Harley “High Dive”.
Every life is a story, and storytelling is the golden thread that binds generations and families into a thickly woven tapestry.
In this unique, one-hour documentary, six internationally renowned storytellers share both stories drawn from their lives as well as insights into the value of storytelling in our homes, our communities, our cultures, and our world.