Sertoma Arts Center
is Pleased to Host this Gift to the Community

January 28, 2016
Thursday

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

Ron Jones likes to tell people that he grew up on a North Carolina dairy farm in a whole family of storytellers. Being a part of a large family of six children, parents, grandmothers, and extended family members of aunts, uncles, and many cousins- there was always time for a story and a willing storyteller nearby. Among his earliest memories, Ron says, are gatherings on the front porch or in the yard under sprawling oaks listening to stories. As a founding board member and past president of the North Carolina Storytelling Guild, he has worked closely with other storytellers throughout the state to promote and support storytellers and the art of storytelling.




Sam Pearsall retired in January 2013 after serving 35 years as an ecologist; working with conservation organizations in Maine, Tennessee, Hawaii, and North Carolina. Now living in Raleigh, NC with his wife Linda, who has nicknamed him "The Help," Sam pursues his hobbies including traveling, storytelling, gardening, hand drumming, making fused glass, peddling, paddling, perambulating, and puttering. He does a lot of puttering! His stories are all true tales and tall tales. The former are all based on personal experiences, and so are the latter.


Janis Epton makes her debut presentation at Front Porch and is an avid member of Village Storytellers. She brings stories from life in out of the way places and a career in the world of art.



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

Admission is one smile per person.
A program by folks who love to share their stories and
Sertoma Arts Center at Shelley Lake Park
1400 West Millbrook Rd, Raleigh, NC 27612



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