Local storytellers captivate audience


Storyteller Susan Olchak, right, points to an imaginary location while telling the tale of a Lowgap hunter with a fear of snakes during the annual Tellebration! Saturday night at the Mount Airy Public Library. About seven storytellers kept the audience riveted during the local event held simultaneously with other Tellebration! programs worldwide, “from Mount Airy to Mount Etna,” as one participant said. Around 40 listeners filled a meeting room at the library to enjoy a variety of stories and help perpetuate an ancient art.


Tom Joyce | The News

Storyteller Susan Olchak, right, points to an imaginary location while telling the tale of a Lowgap hunter with a fear of snakes during the annual Tellebration! Saturday night at the Mount Airy Public Library. About seven storytellers kept the audience riveted during the local event held simultaneously with other Tellebration! programs worldwide, “from Mount Airy to Mount Etna,” as one participant said. Around 40 listeners filled a meeting room at the library to enjoy a variety of stories and help perpetuate an ancient art.

Storyteller Susan Olchak, right, points to an imaginary location while telling the tale of a Lowgap hunter with a fear of snakes during the annual Tellebration! Saturday night at the Mount Airy Public Library. About seven storytellers kept the audience riveted during the local event held simultaneously with other Tellebration! programs worldwide, “from Mount Airy to Mount Etna,” as one participant said. Around 40 listeners filled a meeting room at the library to enjoy a variety of stories and help perpetuate an ancient art.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_Tellebrate-this.jpgStoryteller Susan Olchak, right, points to an imaginary location while telling the tale of a Lowgap hunter with a fear of snakes during the annual Tellebration! Saturday night at the Mount Airy Public Library. About seven storytellers kept the audience riveted during the local event held simultaneously with other Tellebration! programs worldwide, “from Mount Airy to Mount Etna,” as one participant said. Around 40 listeners filled a meeting room at the library to enjoy a variety of stories and help perpetuate an ancient art. Tom Joyce | The News
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