Here is our calendar
- July 11, 2017, 6:00 pm: Celebrating Summertime at the Molalla Library
Ken Iverson shares an hour of comedy stories .
- July 21, 2017, N/A: POWELLSWOOD STORYTELLING FESTIVAL 2017 SAVE THE DATE FOR POWELLSWOOD STORYTELLING FESTIVAL 2017Save the Date for the PowellsWood Storytelling Festival 2017. This is a great storytelling festival in a beautiful garden!Friday July 21 we offer half day workshops with Bill Harley and MaryGay Ducey, or a full day intensive workshop 9:00 am – 3:30 pm with Donald Davis.Workshop Add-OnTea with the Tellers, 3:30-4:30, Garden Room CourtyardHosted by Diane Powell. Join the tellers in an elegant tea party in the Garden Room Courtyard. We will try to seat one teller at each table. Space is limited and tickets must be purchased by July 17, 2017.New This Year!A Trio of Tellers: 2:30-3:30 pm. (with Bill Harley, Antonio Sacre, and Linda Gorham, Perennial Tent), $10.00 per family (two adults and children, up to six persons from one household).Three of the Festival’s featured tellers entertain audiences in this sneak peak of the Saturday extravaganza.Saturday, July 22 come for a full day of storytelling from10:00 am – 5:00 pm with Donald Davis, Bill Harley & Linda Gorham, and MaryGay Ducey & Antonio SacreAgain all this takes place in tents in our lovely summer garden. Don't miss it! For more information, http://powellswoodfestival.com/
- July 29, 2017, 9:30 am: July 29 Master Class “THE STORYTELLERS’ COMPASS National Storyteller, David NovakPresents Master Class“THE STORYTELLERS’ COMPASSWHEN: 9:30 am to 1:30 pm, July 29WHERE: Multnomah Art Center, Room 30COST: $15 on line, $20 at the doorThe Storytellers' Compass uses conversational storytelling to create a mosaic of stories and ideas. Participants "play" hexagonal cards representing stories ranging from personal experiences to world tales. As the conversation evolves, the cards form unique patterns of stories. By the end of the 4-hour experience, participants have a deeper understanding of their own living body of text and a method for organizing many short stories into one thematically integrated composition.David Novak's background in theater arts includes Shakespeare, clowning, creative dramatics, playwriting and directing. He began telling stories l978. He is a veteran of the National Storytelling Festival and co-founder of the innovative "National Yakkers Theater Ensemble." David has performed at major storytelling festivals across the country including Timpanogos, Tejas, Winter Tales, Hawaiian Talking Island Festival and more. His aesthetic education programs have taken him to the Lincoln Center Institute, the Los Angeles Music Center On Tour, the Aesthetic Education Institutes in Rochester and Utica, NY, Delaware Institute for Arts Education and more.In 1995/96 David was Master Storyteller on the development team for the Disney Institute in Orlando, Florida.