Sat, 01 Aug 2020 - Tue, 01 Sep 2020
Trees are so important — always have been — and we are important to them. Even more so during this time of climate change. Three storytellers will share stories inspired by trees.
Live Event! – Time: Noon, Saturday, August 1st
Location Main Stage on the Blue Skies Virtual Site (Discord)
Tim Greenwood is a long-time storyteller at the Mariposa Folk Festival, is an active member of Storytelling Orillia, and has told stories once at Blue Skies. firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is Tim reciting The Cremation of Sam McGee in a unique way:
Alan Cantor led Blue Skies workshops on games for grownups throughout the 1990s and early 2000s. He works in the field of technology for people with disabilities. Alan will share a story about the early history of oak trees. Here are recordings of Alan’s other stories.
Elyse Pomeranz is a Waldorf classroom teacher, a mentor to teachers, and an artist and educator who focuses on our relationships with trees. Elyse will anchor our storytelling session by sharing words inspired by her interactions with our leafy fellow travellers on this planet. Tree Conversations