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Posted Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Bynum, NC - Just a reminder to bring your families and friends and join us for an evening of storytelling for grown ups at the Bynum General Store on Sunday, January 9 from 7 pm to 9 pm. You will have the opportunity to hear a variety of storytelling styles and stories from some of the areas finest.
Garry Lipson is a retired high school construction teacher and cross country track coach who has taken storytelling classes with renowned local storytellers Louise Kessel and David Holt many years ago and rocked the house at their recitals with hilarious personal experience stories.
Judith Valerie brings a playful integration of body, mind, and spirit into her stories. She is a past performer with the improv ensemble "Off the Deep End." As an individual performer she has also shared her yoga adventure stories, memories of growing up in post World War 2 England, and tender tales to heal the heart.
Another local favorite and Bynum native is Ed “Moose” Duke. He is a retired high school welding teacher currently living in Moore County where he now enjoys skydiving and making scrap metal art (which has been displayed and sold at galleries and art festivals throughout NC). He has recently added "professional liar & storyteller" to his list of hobbies and is writing a book about his life in Bynum, on the mill hill.
Although this program is not intended for small children, young people ages 10 and up will definitely enjoy this event.
If one night of storytelling isn’t enough, join us on February 6 and March 6 for two more "Sunday Stories for Grown Ups" featuring three new storytellers each evening.
For more information about all the programs at the Bynum Front Porch organization, check out bynumfrontporch.org. The Bynum General Store is located at 950 Bynum Road in beautiful downtown Bynum.
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