When & Where:
Friday & Saturday,
August 16 & 17, 2013
Winchester-Thurston School, North Hills Campus
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One of the top twenty regional storytelling festivals in the U.S.
(Annette Simmons, The Story Factor: Secrets of Influence from the Art of Storytelling)
The Three Rivers Storytelling Festival Has a New Home!
The Three Rivers Storytelling Festival is 13 years old! For our Baker's Dozen festival we have new sponsorship and a new location. StorySwap, Pittsburgh guild of storytellers is the new producer of the festival, and Winchester-Thurston's North Campus is our new location.
The Three Rivers Storytelling Festival is two days of storytelling in August each year. Spellbinding stories of daring feats, family bonds, menacing ghosts, and much, much more have enchanted young and old alike since 2001.
There will still be a nominal charge for "Seniors' Lunch and Stories" (to cover the cost of the lunch) and for the workshops held during the festival. But ALL of the concerts on Friday and Saturday (August 16th & 17th), including special concerts on Friday for daycares and groups are still free to anyone who wants to attend.
This is possible through the generosity of our great sponsors, especially Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts.
This year's featured tellers are Beth Horner, Bil Lepp, and Randel McGee. We invite you to come, sit back, and enjoy.