Time & Location
Jun 23, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
CLE Lecture Hall, 348 S 5th St, Highlands, NC 28741, USA
About the Event
The stories that we tell shape our lives as much as they come from our experiences. Listeners are invited to come along on a laugh-out-loud and remarkable storytelling journey. Intertwined with her performance stories, Connie Regan-Blake will generously share ideas and tools she has developed and learned throughout her trailblazing storytelling career. Through partner exercises and a 'walk through memories', you will enjoy exploring events of your own life. Utilizing 'deep listening,' she will guide you in experiencing how the 5 senses and the 'colors' of the moment bring a story to life and connect you to your listeners. Whether your interests lie in telling stories to family on the front porch, or more effectively connection with staff and the public or performing for a group, you'll have a taste of the 'art & heart' of storytelling.
Location: CLE Lecture Hall
Presenter: Connie Regan-Blake is an internationally recognized storyteller. she has performed for a wide variety of audiences including at the National Storytelling Festival, a premier event in Jonesborough, TN, every year for the last 4 decades. Connie's performances include stories from the Southern Appalachian Mountains, world folktales, personal experience and true-life stories.