Beaver Creek Storytellers at
606 State Street Gallery
June 2, 2011
Sam Samuel opened the program at 606 State Street Gallery with a trio of funny stories.
Becky Vickers told about villagers planning an appropriate tombstone for a recently deceased greedy man with financial power over the community.
Johnny Garland entertained with some carousal music on his harmonica and then blew some blues.
Carl Jenkins told one of his Civil War history stories.
Mimi Rockwell told "The Freedom Bird" from Tales To Be Told by David Holt and Bill Mooney.
Mary Grace Walrath told a Jack Tale about Jack outwitting some bad boys.
And that was our show! Join us next month.