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Celtic Storytelling Circle

Join us in exploring vibrant culture, history and mythology of the Celtic peoples through sharing tales. For storytellers of all levels of experience. Don’t be afraid you haven’t a tale - there are thousands years of tales out there! Bring a musical instrument if you’ve a mind to or just bring yourself.

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  • Devon R.

    A job that I'm applying for has their training from 12-3 on Saturdays through May. Sorry guys.

    March 15, 2013

    • Lorene S.

      Shame. Good luck with the job!At least it's not going to be just you and me anymore the two hear and two more have assured me they are coming. the two of us can get together sometime. Let me know what your schedule is.

      March 15, 2013

  • Dr. Robin Heart S.

    Dang, I'll be in Houston that day.

    February 17, 2013

    • Lorene S.

      work on biddy Early. I thought you told it with a hamey confidence at lights out. captivated the audience. I'd like know more about her radiance, what makes her shine.

      February 18, 2013

    • Dr. Robin Heart S.

      Thanks, Lorene. I didn't spend enough time brushing up on Biddy before I told her story that night. It had been at least a year since reading 3 books about her, and I just skimmed one of the books prior to the LIghts Out party. I know it needed lots of work. Thanks for your kind words.

      February 18, 2013

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