World Tales is the Theme for the 2012 Rocky Mountain Storytelling Conference, Featuring Antonio Sacre, Happening all Day, Sunday, May 6th in Littleton, Colorado

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"Around the World with Sacred Stories" is the theme of this years Rocky Mountain Storytelling's annual presentation taking place May 6th in Littleton, Colorado. Workshop's such as "Finding and telling your own cultural stories" will be performed by nationally known storyteller Antonio Sacre.

Rocky Mountain Storytellers presents the World Tales Storytelling Conference on Sunday, May 6, 2012, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Littleton, Colorado at Hopkins Elementary School located at 7171 South Pennsylvania Street, Littleton, Colorado. Find the conference registration page including a map on the Rocky Mountain Storytelling web site at http://www.rmstory.org/.

Enjoy the morning at the "Around the World with Sacred Stories" performance, featuring international touring storyteller, writer, and solo performance artist Antonio Sacre from Los Angeles. Antonio Sacre has performed in the Kennedy Center, the National Storytelling Festival, and museums, schools, libraries, and festivals worldwide. According to the Chicago Tribune, " Wherever Sacre goes, he leaves storytellers behind". Read about Antonio on his web site at http://antoniosacre.com/.

After lunch on your own, stay for an afternoon workshop, "Finding and Telling Our Own Cultural Stories," with Antonio Sacre, followed by your choice of workshops being performed by two regional tellers: "Caring for Yourself through Story" with Colleen Jayne, or "Sound of Silence" with Pam Faro.

The cost for the whole day is $35.00.

For further information email: storiesbyjulie.com

World Tales Storytelling Conference
Sunday, May 6, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Hopkins Elementary School
7171 South Pennsylvania Street,
Littleton, Colorado

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