Tellabration offers a day of free, magical storytelling on Saturday
Take part in this annual worldwide event as families of all types and sizes gather on six continents this day to hear stories, share laughter and enjoy the art of storytelling. Activities are planned at four CCPL branches. Tellabration is a great way to learn more about the art of storytelling in advance of the annual Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival set for March 14-15, 2014, in Wragg Square in downtown Charleston. Charleston Tells is presented by Charleston County Public Library.
Seven Sensational Stories Otranto Road Regional Library at 11 a.m.
Storyteller Tim Lowry spins seven world folk tales in his signature style. Perfect for children, Lowry's animated stories feature whimsical vocals and audience participation.
The Telling Drum John's Island Regional Library at 2 p.m. Come join storyteller Julian Gooding.
Tales in the Afternoon (ages 4 and older) Mt. Pleasant Regional Library at 2:30 p.m.
Enjoy Claire Willett's collection of puppets and stories about diverse cultures and a variety of animals.
Now Hear This St. Andrews Regional Library at 3 p.m.
Listen to Minerva King share great, sometimes slightly embellished stories based on historical figures and events.
Presented in partnership with the Charleston Area Professional Storytellers and the S.C. Storytelling Network. SCSN is funded in part by a grant from the S.C. Arts Commission, which receives support from the National
Endowment for the Arts.