Baden Storytellers present Bob Tadman for a workshop: Developing Stories

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Developing Stories” with Bob Tadman
Bob Tadman has been a storyteller for over forty years. He has provided workshops and courses for tellers at all ages and experience, including York University’s The Art of Storytelling. Bob has a wide repertoire of Folk Stories, Legends, Biblical Stories and Tall Tales, but he especially loves sharing Experience Stories for the way they ignite storytelling in others. A retired teacher and principal, Bob is passionate about creating connections and community through storytelling.
Saturday, November 14, 2015, 9 a.m. – 12 noon
At: The Button Factory, 25 Regina St. South, Waterloo, Ontario.

To register, email Derek Brisland at foxtales@rogers.com

Payment: $40 by cheque before Nov 3rd made out to Baden Storytellers Guild, $45 at the door. Space is limited so act soon if you want to participate in this workshop.

Mail cheques to Baden Storytellers Guild,

c/o Derek Brisland,

167 Golflinks Drive, Baden, Ontario N3A 3N8

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Carolyn Wilker is an editor, speaker and storyteller. Her book, Once Upon a Sandbox, is a collection of prose and poetry about growing up on a family farm. Carolyn teaches Creative Writing at a community centre and outside of it as well as doing workshops on memoir writing. She enjoys music, theatre, scrapbooking, and photography. In season, she keeps a garden, preferring native species wherever possible. Carolyn holds an Advanced Communicator Gold designation with Toastmasters International and is a long-time member of The Energetics Toastmasters, Waterloo, ON. All photos and entries in this blog are copyrighted to Carolyn Wilker, the author of this blog.