Sola Coffee Cafe
is Pleased to Host this Gift to the Community

April 23, 2015

Tales / Stories Begin at 7:00pm
*** Featuring ***

J.A. Bolton grew up near the Pee Dee River in Rockingham, NC where he learned to tell stories at an early age. There would be people sittin' around seeing who could tell the biggest stories and them tales would get pretty tall. It wasn't long before J.A. was right in there with the best of 'em. They'd buy him a drink and a candy bar if he'd tell them a story. As J.A. grew up, he worked hard on the farm, but there was always time for storytelling and jokes. Even in huntin' and fishin', he swapped stories with other men about their biggest fish and favorite dogs. Now in retirement, J.A. finds enjoyment in telling stories, is a weekly columnist for several local newspapers in North and South Carolina, a member of the N.C. Storytelling Guild, Richmond and Anson Co. Writer's Clubs, Richmond Co. Historical Society and the Story Spinners in Laurinburg, N.C. He has told his stories at many storytelling venues throughout the Southeast. What can you expect from a man whose motto is "Live, Love, Laugh"? Charm, wisdom and smiles!

Ted Feitshans has been a story teller since he and his fellow classmates built a haunted house as a fundraiser. The joke was on them, however, as the house was actually haunted! Having children of his own he has refined his stories to keep the interest of his audience of whatever age. Ted is a regular participant in the Bold-Faced Liars' Showdown and a member of the Village Storytellers.

Pamela Alberda visited Village Storytellers one evening when we were sitting outside, which was good for her first story caught everybody's attention with incredible energy and enthusiasm. She took this same energy to the 2015 Bold-Faced Liars' Showdown and won FIRST PLACE. Her abilities come from a background of telling fables to young folk. She is definitely a storyteller to experience and appreciate, whether you are young or just want to be.

This is a Family Event but no child care is provided.
Children should bring their listening ears.

Admission is one smile per person.
Stories are always better when you are happy all over -
Patronize our Host, your tastebuds will smile as well!

A program by folks who love to share their stories and
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