Text Box: Tarrant Area Guild of Storytellers

Website sponsored by Barnes and Noble North Richland Hills, Texas.

Text Box: WE MEET ONCE PER MONTH


3rd Monday:   Two hours of family-oriented 
storytelling performances by guild members, newcomers, and visitors offer a good sampling of what storytelling is all about.
7-9 P.M.
Any required business will be discussed during the last 30 minutes of the meeting.
 Barnes & Noble Bookstore 
(by Northeast Mall)
 Airport Freeway (Hwy 183 at 820)
North Richland Hills, TX

Tarrant Area Guild of Storytellers

4115 Wild Azalea Trail #3131

Fort Worth, TX 76116

Phone:   817-320-5046

Email: tagstory@yahoo.com

 

For thousands of years, our basic form of communication has been storytelling.  It stimulates the imagination.  A gifted storyteller enables individuals to experience adventures via the painting of  words in their mind’s eye.

 

Through the skills of the storyteller, a fable, folktale, heroic epic, historical saga, tall tale, outright lying is experiencing the story themselves.  The story can evoke laughter, tears, fear, wonder, respect, or just a sense of awe.  A story may be short or long, frivolous or touching, but it links the past with the present enabling us to proceed into the future.

Background music thanks to  Elan Micheals

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