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Look Who Else Is Coming To Storyfest

Storyfest III is coming up on Saturday April 21. In case you haven’t yet ordered your tickets aka admission badges, we are telling you a story here about the storytellers to intrigue you and leave you wanting to meet them in person. This weeks highlight is storyteller Beth Horner. This is taken from the information on her website: Beth Horner is noted as a vivacious talent dedicated to providing an entertaining and empowering experience for her listeners, young and old. With a comic sensibility and warm, energetic style, Beth possesses a repertoire of stories that has been called “heartfelt, articulate and truthful.” Her stories are renowned for their high comedy and stunning drama: from her hysterical childhood farmyard escapades to eerie folktales of her native Missouri, from a side-splitting bawdy spoof on romance novels to a courageous tale drawn from her great-great grandfather’s Civil War diary, and from the humorously inspiring story of a song that motivated change in a city’s sewage policy to her comedic tour-de-force tale told with nothing but the buzzing cadences of a kazoo. See Beth Horner and 3 more professional storytellers in Fairfield Bay on 4/21/12. Tickets are $15 for adults, 16 years of age or older. Children are free. Buy your tickets at Goodwin & Daughters, the Community Education Center, FFB Library or online at www.fairfieldbaystoryfest.com

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