Sierra Storytelling Festival Special

Sunday 7/19 2pm-3pm & 8pm-9pm

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For the past 35 years the North Columbia Schoolhouse has filled with people attending the Sierra Storytelling Festival- a weekend of community, delicious snacks warm breezes, and of course, stories.

 This year, as you know, everything is different, but we still want to tell you stories!

Stories are important- they transport us to another time and space, they bind us in a shared experience, they teach us and make us care about people we’ve never met and places we’ve never been. Storytelling is an ancient art form where all you need is an imagination and an ear or two!

The North Columbia Schoolhouse and Sierra Storytelling Festival are at it again, bringing you an hour of fresh fantastic stories, over the radio.

 Please join host Molly Jochem on Sunday, September 13th from 8 to 9 pm to be transported through the art of storytelling from an array of amazing artists that have perfected that art. We will hear stories from:

Kirk Waller

Obo Martin

Judith Black

Angela Lloyd

Antonio Rocha ( Hosha)- Uncle Pepe

Bill Harley

 Diame Ferlatte

  And, of course, Steve Sanfield


Sunday 7/19: 2pm

A collection of stories geared for children and the young at heart.




Sunday 7/19: 8pm

Esteemed Storytelling stars delight you with tall tales and true stories- just like an evening at the festival.




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