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Thursday, May 20, 2010

COME AND SIT ON THE LIAR'S BENCH - STORYTELLING IN SYLVA, JUNE 5 AT 7:P.M.

SIGNATURE BREW COFFEE COMPANY is sponsoring a night of storytelling at 633 West Main Street on Saturday, June 5rh at 7 P.M.
The event is called TELLING YOUR STORY (OR SOMEBODY ELSE'S), and although there will be a variety of interludes (music and singing) the primary emphasis is on STORYTELLING. There will be an open mike, and hopefully, local folks with a (knack for telling stories) will rise to the occasion. COME AND SIT ON THE LIAR'S BENCH!
(That is what local residents used to call the bench in front of the post office.)

If you have questions, contact me at: GCarden498@aol.com

13 comments:

  1. This must be the graphic that I can't seem to open. I like it a lot!

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  2. Yes, this is it. Things are looking good. I talked to Bill Crawford and he is coming and I guy who works at the Senior Citizens Center told me he might come and tell a story. I think I mentioned Rev. Jack Henson. Let's concentrate on "word of mouth" and see if we can fill that place up.

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  3. Sounds like a good one. I think I can make it.

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  4. I reckon I can tell a story or two or lie some. I am sort of shy about being there though given the sort of fellers that tell such whoppers.

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  5. Looks like we might have a convergence of liars.

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  6. Leave some space on the liar's bench for me.
    I don't know who else plans to show up, but you've already got some impressive big mouths
    lined up. I might keep mine shut and just listen. This sounds like fun!

    John Quinnett

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  7. Leave some space on the liar's bench for me.
    With the lineup of big mouths you have so far,
    I wouldn't miss it for the world. This sounds
    like fun!

    John Quinnett

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  8. If it works, we are going to do it every month for the summer and fall. We can always start inviting storyteller from distant and exotic regions like Cashiers and/or Franklin. I think we need local or regional music groups, too.

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  9. Would be fun to come, though I'd never have the nerve to tell a lie to such expert liars and storytellers as you seem to be attracting--not to mention yourself! I know it'll be fun.

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  10. We may have to import some seasoned professionals from neighboring towns.

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