This year's annual celebration of oral storytelling features myths from across Latin America.
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This month's SAC Third Fridays Storytelling features epic legends and tales from the Nart Sagas of the North Caucasus.
Each year, the Storytelling Association of California honors a Regional Gem, recognizing a local storyteller. This year SAC has selected Tim Ereneta for excellence in the art of storytelling and for his many contributions to the storytelling community. Join us for an evening of fairy tales and fables.
Tim will perform at the Silk Road House in Berkeley on March 18. A reception will be held from 6:15-6:45 with stories to start at 7:00.
Tickets are $10, available on Eventbrite.
Stories of Imagination, Adventure, and Mysticism, from the mind of Ray Bradbury, as told by Sally Holzman and Terry Stokes.
Admission is $10. Limited seating. Order tickets in advance via Eventbrite.
This Hearth Tale event benefits the Storytelling Association of California’s Jenny Education Fund.
6:15 to 6:45 Social
Stories begin at 7:00 PM.
The Silk Road House, 2659 University Ave, Berkeley.
On December 18, SAC's evening of live storytelling at Silk Road House in Berkeley is curated by Ellen Kaufman.
Our youth-oriented culture is filled with negative messages about aging, but, in fact, there are some undeniable benefits to getting older. Expanded perspective. Gracious acceptance. Profound gratitude.
Six Women (of a Certain Age) bring a mature lens to personal stories about places they have been, people they have known, and who they have become.
Viven Cook - “Lost for Words”
Jan M. Goodman - “Angel”
Ellen Kaufman - “What If….”
Michele Lawrence- “Auld Lang Syne”
elana levy - “Sacred Connections to Auschwitz”
Ellen Sprecher - “Body Parts”
Tickets, $10 via Eventbrite.