Calendar of Events

Events

October 17
ASC Monthly Meeting. 7:PM.  Asheville Terrace Community Room, 200 Tunnel Road.  New members welcome.  Info:  274-1123

October 19
Spoken Word Open Mic!  Scary stories.  Buffalo Nickel, 747 Haywood Road, West Asheville.  7:PM; sign-up 6:30PM.  Free.  Co-hosts are Pete Koschnick and David Joe Miller.  828-575-2844 for dinner reservations.

October 21
David Joe Miller presents Scary Word with David Novak and Moth Champion Alison Fields.  Trade and Lore Coffee House, 37 Wall Street, Downtown Asheville.  Doors open at 7:30 PM; Show at 8:PM.
$15 at door; $12 advance online at www.eventbrite.com.

October 28
Magic, Mirth & Meaning featuring storytellers, singers, jugglers, and magicians.  Vanishing Wheelchair Little Theater, Suite K, 175 Weaverville Highway.  7:PM.  Admission FREE; donations appreciated.  October is National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month and the last week in October is National Magic Week.

October 29
Birthday Magic celebrates children with birthdays in October with magician Wendal Wandell.  3:PM. $5 Admission benefits the non-profit organization. Limited seating.  Reservations:  828-645-2941.  The Vanishing Wheelchair Little Theater, Suite K, 175 Weaverville Highway.  The last week in October is National Magic Week and October is National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month.

November 10
David Joe Miller presents the second encore of Salvation in Steel featuring Spoon Lady.  Door opens at 7:30 PM; Show at 8:PM.  $15 at door; $12 online at www.tradeandlore.com.

November 11
David Joe Miller presents WORD.  Trade and Lore Coffeehouse, Wall Street, Downtown Asheville.  8:PM; doors open at 7:30 PM. Featuring Elizabeth Ellis and Cherokee Native Storyteller Lloyd Arneach.  $15; $12 advance online at www.eventbrite.com.

November 11
Magic, Mirth & Meaning featuring storytellers, singers, jugglers, and magicians.  Vanishing Wheelchair Little Theater, Suite K, 175 Weaverville Highway.  7:PM.  Admission FREE; donations appreciated.  October is National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month and the last week in October is National Magic Week.

November 12
Storytelling Workshop with Elizabeth Ellis, room 314 at Lenoir-Rhyne University Asheville campus (3rd floor of Asheville Chamber of Commerce building), 36 Montford Avenue.  1 – 5:PM.  Cost is $40 at door or online at www.eventbrite.com.  Register at davidjoetells@yahoo.com.

November 20
ASC presents Tellabration! at the Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville.  3:PM.  Features Donald Davis and ASC members Kathy Gordon, David Joe Miller, Elena Diana Miller, Wallace Shealy, and Emcee Charlie St. Clair.  $10.  Advance reservations recommended:  828-274-1123 or 828-777-9177.

November 21
No ASC monthly meeting.

November 21
ASC sponsors two workshops with Donald Davis.
Master Workshop When Life Turned Over, 9:AM – Noon.  ASC members $25; non members $35.  Limited space.
General Workshop Exploring the Attic of Personal Memories, 6 – 9:PM.  ASC Members $20; non-members $25.  Lenoir-Rhyne University Asheville campus (3rd floor of Asheville Chamber of Commerce) 36 Montford Avenue.  Contact Zane Chait at zbc1399@gmail.com for reservations, or make check to ASC and mail to Connie Beebe at 8 Prospect Street, Asheville, NC 28804.

November 26
Birthday Magic celebrates children with birthdays in November with magician Wendal Wandell.  3:PM. $5 Admission benefits the non-profit organization. Limited seating.  Reservations:  828-645-2941.  The Vanishing Wheelchair Little Theater, Suite K, 175 Weaverville Highway.

November 30
David Joe Miller presents Regi Carpenter Show and Book Signing:  “Where There’s Smoke there’s Dinner!”  7:PM.  Admission $14 at the door; $12 online at www.eventbrite.com.  Buffalo Nickel, 747 Haywood Road, West Asheville.  Dinner reservations 828-575-2844.

December 2 – 4
Connie Regan Blake presents Taking Your Story to the Stage a storytelling performance workshop.  Open to Connie’s returning participants and coaching students.  connie@storywindow.com

December 9
Magic, Mirth & Meaning featuring storytellers, singers, jugglers, and magicians.  Vanishing Wheelchair Little Theater, Suite K, 175 Weaverville Highway.  7:PM.  Admission FREE; donations appreciated.  October is National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month and the last week in October is National Magic Week.

December 9
David Joe Miller presents WORD at Trade and Lore Coffee House.  Doors open at 7:30 PM; show at 8:PM.  Admission $15 at door; $12 advance online at www.eventbrite.com.  Info: davidjoetells@yahoo.com.

December 14
David Joe Miller presents an all new Carolina Christmas with Michael Reno Harrell.  Buffalo Nickel, 747 Haywood Road, West Asheville.  7:PM.  Admission $15 at door; $12 advance online at www.eventbrite.com.

Regional Events

 

April

Stone Soup Storytelling Festival
Woodruff, SC   (864) 476-8770.
www.stonesoupsc.com/

May

Mountain Echoes Festival: A Homecoming
Clyde, NC.  (828) 627-4544.
www.mountainechoeshomecoming.org

June

Stories on Asheville's Front Porch
Asheville, NC (828) 450-5462
Saturdays, June–August

July

Toe River Storytelling Festival
Bakersville, NC.  (828) 467-9955,
thelovetts3@gmail.com.

October

National Storytelling Festival
Jonesborough, TN.  (800) 952-8392.
www.storytellingcenter.net/

The Storytelling Festival of Carolina
Laurenburg, NC   (910) 291-0929.
www.storytellingfestivalofcarolina.org/

November

Tellabration!
Asheville Folk Art Center, Blue Ridge Parkway.
Sunday before Thanksgiving
Sponsored by Asheville Storytelling Circle, Southern Highlands Craft Guild, and the National Storytelling Network.
828-274-1123 or 828-777-9177