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(Hawaii News Now) - The Department of Parks and Recreation invites you to the 25th Annual TALK STORY FESTIVAL, Hawai‘i's oldest and largest storytelling celebration. Hawai‘i's best storytellers (and a few guests) are featured for TWO FREE NIGHTS at the Ala Wai Golf Course Clubhouse (on the second floor Ballroom). This is a new location for 2013. Nine storytellers each night share the stage, 20 minutes each, with dramatic lighting and gifted sign language interpreters. Video of these performances is projected beside the stage. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Big crowds are expected, so come early BOTH nights!
The 25th Annual Talk Story Festival
Friday October 18th & Saturday October 19, 2013 Ala Wai Golf Course Clubhouse (2nd Floor Ballroom)
Friday Oct. 18 (6-9:30pm)- SP0oOoKY STORIES Saturday Oct. 19 (6-9:30pm)– DEEP TALES 1-4:00pm STORYTELLING WORKSHOP- by Gere, Shimojima, Glover, Griffin
All welcome to participate (but not for young children!)