Events

Appalachian Storytelling Extravaganza

The Center for Cultural Preservation, WNC’s cultural history and documentary film center, is proud to present an Appalachian Storytelling Extravaganza featuring Scots-Irish tales, African-American stories and Cherokee fables.  The Appalachian Storytelling program features Appalachian storyteller Michael “Badhair” Williams whose retelling of “Jack Tales” has captivated audiences for nearly 45 years, African-American storyteller Ronnie Pepper who has been keeping Appalachian stories alive for new generations and Cherokee elder Freeman Owle who continues the long tradition of Cherokee myths and tales. Please visit the website and register in advance. 


Event Details

Location Thomas Auditorium at Blue Ridge Community College
Flat Rock, NC
Cost Ticketed/Admission Charged
$15.00
Music Styles
Event Type Concert / Performance
  • ✔ Can Accommodate Groups
  • ✔ Family Friendly
  • ✔ Handicapped Accessible

Contact Info

Phone (828) 692-8062
http://www.SaveCulture.org

Upcoming Dates:

  • Thu, Mar 28, 2019 at 7:00pm - 9:00pm

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