November 1, 2019 @ 7:00PM — 8:30PM
Co-hosted by Red Clay Festival
Join us at Morgan Grove for Ghost Stories. Bring your own blanket and chairs and try to get comfortable as tellers bring ghosts to life before your eyes.
Proceeds will be split between the Red Clay Festival and the Southern Conservation Trust.
Our Featured Tellers include Anthony Vinson and Tracy Sue Walker.
Tracy has always loved stories - hearing them, writing them and telling them. She began her journey as a professional storyteller by visiting Head Start centers in Southern Appalachia. Since then, she's shared stories in libraries and schools throughout the Southeast, as well as the St. Louis Storytelling Festival, the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival in Utah, and lots of wonderful places in between. Her first early chapter book will be released this fall with Scholastic.
Anthony was raised in the Okefenokee Swamp by a family of friendly possums after his real parents were taken away by space aliens who needed their help to save a dying planet. They were successful, but haven’t yet made it back to earth because of traffic delays caused by solar storms in the asteroid belt. His favorite former planet is Pluto. He is partial to persimmons, pomegranates, pot pies, and potato chips, and prefers to sleep while hanging upside down from tree limbs. When he is very afraid he falls down, curls up into a tiny ball and plays human. He and his wife share a home with twelve cats and a very spoiled dog. He tells stories and performs because it is so darn much fun.
Learn more about Red Clay at redclaystory.com