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A proposed National Storytelling Network Member Project proposal submitted on April 1, 2012 may be providing funds to introduce storytelling into Senior Settings.
Watch for June 15th announced Awardees!
Visit this site [What's New] to learn about the "Magic plus Story" workshops.
Copy and paste the above link into your browser for a successful connection to the Utah Storytelling Guild.
Calendar and Schedule for 2013. Check each upcoming month (see left).
January, 2013 through April, 2013 are already starting to fill with exciting storytelling events. Check out each month!
Florida Storytelling Association's Story Camp organizers invited Carol to present the "Fringe" program she performed in Los Angeles in July of 2010 at the National Storytelling Network conference. See What's New page for "Fringe" handouts you can download and print out the next time you consider telling a story "your way!"
Carol won 2nd place in the Silver Pen Essay Contest, in October 2011.. She read her essay, on this years topic: My Best Vacation Ever and was photographed with the other winners.
You can listen to Carol read the essay by going to What's New. Scroll down to this essay as well as other essays you are invited to enjoy.
January 2013 Law of Attraction Seminar surveys more than 36 books and DVDs in the Salt Lake County library system. Scheduled at the Sandy Senior Center on January 9th at 10:30 a.m.
Carol is a Master Practitioner of NLP and has provided workshops at the Sandy Senior Center since 1999! She continues to present seminars Sept/Nov/Jan/March/May on the second Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m.
January and February 2013 Carol is participating with other Utah Storytelling Guild members in a storytelling project in the Murray Public School system. The program is supported by Murray Arts and cooridinated by Mary Ann Kirk in cooperation with participating elementary school principals.
March 23, 2013 the winning storyteller from each participating school will perform in a storytelling contest at the Murray Heritage Senior Center.
Optimistically this program will continue with increasing participation of additional schools.