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Event
Schedule Details
Date/Time
Location
Contact

Wasatch Elementary School

Family Night Event

Improv Comedy

Story Games

Making Bookmarks

Dadaist Poetry/Illustrations

Storytelling

Book Fair

December 9, 2009
5:30 p.m.-
8:00 p.m.

 

Free

Wasatch Elementary School

30 North R Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84103

Debbie Kesner-Steinberg, Book Fair, Chairperson

Salt Lake County Library Proposals for

September
October
November
2009

Help Columbus Discover America
(Story plus
Magic You Can Do)

Disappearing Ghost
(Story plus
Magic You Can Do)

Hair-raising and Hilarious Halloween Stories

Turkey for Dinner Magic
(Story plus
Magic You Can Do)

Create a Magic show (Magician's "patter" plus Magic You Can Do)

A Thousand Paper Cranes

Castle of Cats and Other Tales (Plus "Cat Laughs")

Zig-a-Zak (a Hanukkah Tale and others)

Ghastly Ghosts Gallore

Create a Magic Show

NLP -- What is it?(A discussion for High School through Adults)

More Tales to Tickle Your Funny Bone

Ask about Christmas programs!

 

 

Plan ahead!

Contact Carol

Arrange for your organization to invite Carol to present one or more of these programs!

 

Salt Lake County Library Proposals for

June
July
August
2009


Create a Magic Show

Create a Critter

Be a Word Whoops Wizard

Dads Are Dandy!

Create Your Own Fairy Tale

Thumb Things

If I Ruled the World

Gilly Boats Bluff

8 Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday
July 18, 2009
11:00-11:45 AM






 


West Jordan Library

Contact Carol

 

 

 

Arrange for your organization to invite Carol to present one or more of these programs!

Salt Lake County Library Proposals for March, April and May, 2009

Tales to Tickle Your Funny Bone

The Town of Fools

Leprechaun Magic

Aesop anytime

World Wide folk Tales

Friday the 13th

Mothers Are To Love

Billy Goats Gruff (story plus pinecone craft)

Forest Fables & Fish fun (Story plus craft)

Spring is in the air (Story plus paper airplanes)

March 14, 2009

April 15, 2009

May 4, 2009

Tyler Library

Sandy Library

Bingham Creek Library

Contact Carol

Arrange for your organization to invite Carol to present one or more of these programs!

2007-2008 School Year

Carol looks forward to your invitation to participate in programs at your school

Carol participates as a Storyteller
in
The Jordan School District's Balanced Literacy Program Events

 

Schools throughout the State of Utah.

Balanced Literacy
Program Specialists
(2004-2006):

Draper Elementary
Southland Elementary
Quail Hollow Elementary

 

March 12, 2008

Second Wednesday
Olympus Chapter meeting

Salt Lake City Library

Get there easily--carefree and "carfree" on TRAX!

6:00 p.m. Coaching

7:00 p.m.
Workshop & Meeting

Public Invited!

January and February, 2008

Story Plus!
Magic You Can Do

Seven Salt Lake County Libraries' Managers invite you to phone and reserve a space for you and your school-age child or children.

Attendance is limited, so reserve your space now!

Each parent will receive an instruction sheet so the child can practice again at home.

Magic You Can Do!

Explore your library's Magic books.

Learn and practice 3 magic tricks you can do for your school talent show!

Library Locations/Dates

Magna
January 7

Kearns
January 11

East Mill Creek
January 14

West Valley
January 14

South Jordan
January 28

Colmbus February 4

Hunter
February 19

Contact Carol

Carol is a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians
and the
Intermountain Magicians' Assembly

For local magic supplies visit Bob Bowden at
http:://www. magic4less

Visit Archives: Previous Event Descriptions and Contacts      

September 26, 2007

Senior Centers have invited Carol to enhance lunchtime and special events with storytelling selected especially for that date.

Sandy Senior Center: Friday the 13th Superstitions

South Jordan Senior Center
Root Beer Floats and Summer Stories.

Taylorsville Senior Center
Celebrate 90-Year-0lds!

Draper Senior Center
9/26/07
Stories with a Twist!

!

Draper, Utah

Draper Senior Center

10:00-10:30 a.m.

By popular request, one of the stories will definitely be Rindercella and the Prandsome Hince!

Everybody it seems knows some version, so let's share and enjoy!

Invite Carol all season long to design just the right storytelling event for your seniors.

Whether you want to reminisce or just be entertained, there is a story for you.

Carol is a senior herself and has a lot of stories suggested by other seniors!

Contact Carol

http://www.carolstories.com

http://www.storyteller.net

October 31, 2007

Morning Assemblies

K-3
Too Many Pumpkins!
The Strange Visitor

4-6
The Bone Keeper
Lavender
Other stories are being selected.


(see photo entry below)

Woodstock Elementary

6015 S. 1300 E. 
Sandy, UT

 

The program is taking shape.

So watch this spot for specific story additions or changes!

Contact:
Robyn Ivins
274-6072

 

[email protected]

January, 2007

Story Plus! Magic You Can Do

Learn how magicians tell stories they call "patter" to make magic tricks even more interesting!

   

February, 2007

Story Plus! Magic You Can Do

Learn how magicians tell stories they call "patter" to make magic tricks even more interesting!    
The legend of The Bone Keeper can be enjoyed all year round for its mystery and suspense. As Bone Woman chants, wails, and howls, the floor of Bone Woman's cave rumbles and the bones she has been assembling spring to life as a ghost creature that haunts the desert! This tale is ready to tell!
A North American Indian desert legend, this haunting story is also spooky enough for Halloween.

 

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What a wonderful storytelling time we have all had together!

March 3, 4, 5
2006

Storyfest!

Saturday March 4th Carol presents her workshop:
Create a Fractured Fairy Tale Snapshot!

This is one of Carol's
"Traveling Tellers" workshops.

Later at the Children's Concert Carol tells:
Ladle Rat Rotten Hoof

 

 

This is the Place Heritage Park (across from Hogel Zoo in Salt Lake City)

Daniel Bishop, President
Olympus Chapter of the Utah Storytelling Guild

March 25, 2006

Event took place:

9:00 a.m. until Noon

On the schedule:
Chinese Folk Tales
The Art of Spinning

(an actual artisan demonstration)

Super Literacy Saturday

"Reading Weaves Magic"

storytelling and "Magical"  Words--

-Spin a Tale of Beeping Sleauty!

Read the Instructions--Learn to "magically" pull a yarn through your neck.

The trick is from Carol's 1995 book:

Now You See It--Now You Don't (Sequential Tricks for Language Development)

 

Draper Elementary

Keri Corfield, Literacy Specialist

[email protected]

April 5, 2006
Wednesday

9:00 a.m.

 

Wow! you should have heard the kids yelling (on cue)

Corn! Rain!

Rain! Sun!

Night! Day!

Super Literacy Event
9:00-11:00 a.m.

A special 45-minute assembly for students who have achieved their reading goals.

A treasury of animal tales are planned including

Coyote and the Magic Words--a Native American Folktale

When Hippo Was Hairy--an African Tale

and

Animal Tales of Aesop--How much the animals are like us!

Quail Hollow Elementary in the Jordan School District

[email protected]
944-2937

Principal: Jan Tanner

April 7, 2006

Southland Elementary

"Making Reading Magical"

A Magician, the amazing Paul Brewer visited Southland Elementary!

Stories

2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. &
3:00 p.m.

Super Literacy Friday in the Jordan School District

Coyote and the Magic Words--a Native American Folktale

A preschooler in the audience provided the "encore" with drum--a Storyteller in the making!!

Southland Elementary School

Other times and schools to be arranged

Southland Elementary
Corie Scarbrough
254-8047

[email protected]



       

June 10, 2006

11:00 AM until
Noon

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family Storytelling Hour with

Daniel Bishop
Pirate Stories

Carol Esterreicher
Amazing Space

Murray City
Public Library

Ellen Wells
at
Murray City Public Library
264-2573 or 264-2576

or
Contact Carol

 

July 18, 2006

Noon until 1:00 p.m. Carol (one of the7 Traveling Tellers) will be photographing for the Traveling Tellers continuing "Scrap Book" of where we tell all over the State of Utah!

Traveling Tellers of the Utah Arts Council Performing Artists roster for 2006-2007

Storytelling at Murray Park Pavilion

Adults and Children
gather together for an afternoon of fun with

Storytellers:

Holly Robison Daniel Bishop

Murray Park

Pavilion #5
is closest to the Murray Park offices

Contact Carol

 

Carol's Story times Dates/Times:

10:00 AM-11:00 AM

June 3, 2006
July 15, 2006
August 12, 2006
August 19, 2006


Thanksgiving Point
Children's Garden

Every Saturday all summer long members of the Utah Storytelling Guild
participate in the children's program with their entertaining story times.

Lehi, Utah

Whitney Sechrist
at Thanksgiving Point

Contact Carol

Note: Carol also performs with Young At Heart
Line Dancers
.

A special performance is scheduled for Saturday August 12th at 11:00 a.m. in the Children's Garden.

This happens right after storytelling. So please plan to stay!

August 1, 2006

"Tickled Tales" by a recognized Storyteller --Carol Esterreicher, member of the Utah Storytelling Guild

MC: Carol Esterreicher

Storytellers from the Olympus Chapter of the Utah Storytelling Guild:

Carol Esterreicher
Rachel Hedman
Holly Robison
Billie Jones

 

Lunch Bunch Entertainment at the Utah Gallivan Center

Bring your lunch and your imagination!

. Relax outdoors in the sunshine by the pond!

Enjoy the delight and mischief of some humorous tales.

The Utah Gallivan Center

You can get there easily on Trax or just walk from your place of work.

Address: 239 South Main Street; Salt Lake City, UT

Tat'yana Koshevaya,
Lunch Bunch Events Administrator

801-535-6148

Contact Carol .

Update: We all had our umbrellas and were "fully armed" with great stories.

We got RAINED OUT

Watch for the next announcement!

August 31, September 1 & 2

Timpanogos Storytelling Festival

Stories

Stories

Stories

Come share your story at the Swappin' Grounds

Carol will be there for sure!

Orme, UT

at
a special mountain park setting created specifically to showcase this annual event!

See [Contacts] for www.timpfest.org link

Full details, schedule, order on-line from this web site or purchase tickets when you arrive.

August 24, 2006

7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Thursday

A meeting of Bend, Oregon's storytellers

Carol will tell:

Rindercella and the Prandsome Hince

and

Gaia Creates Herself

(a myth from the Sacred Earth Tradition)

SAC
Spiritual Awareness Community Building

Bend, OR

Contact

Doug Butler, Storyteller
Bend Storytelling Guild
[email protected]

September 8, 2006

The Fourth Annual
Tantalizing Tales

presented by the Olympus Chapter of the Utah Storytelling Guild 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

Bring the entire family for a wonderful evening together!

Personal Tales
Fairy Tales
Adventure


Even more!!

Downtown Salt Lake City Library

Outdoor Amphitheater

Contact Olympus Chapter President: Billy Jones
or
Contact Carol

September 12 , 2006

"Tickled Tales" by a recognized Storyteller --Carol Esterreicher, member of the Utah Storytelling Guild

MC: Carol Esterreicher

Storytellers from the Olympus Chapter of the Utah Storytelling Guild:

Carol Esterreicher
Janine Nishiguchi

 

 

Lunch Bunch Entertainment at the Utah Gallivan Center

Bring your lunch and your imagination!

. Relax outdoors in the sunshine by the pond!

Enjoy the delight and mischief of some humorous tales.

The Utah Gallivan Center

You can get there easily on Trax or just walk from your place of work.

Address: 239 South Main Street; Salt Lake City, UT

Tat'yana Koshevaya,
Lunch Bunch Events Administrator

801-535-6148

Contact Carol .

 

 

September 12 and 14, 2006
Register this week.

Watch for the Winter Schedule!

Look for a class at Indian Hills Middle

5:00 PM-7:00PM
Projected date:

September 19
(first class of six)
Tuesday evening classes)

Community Education Class: NLP--Neurolinguistic Programming

Facilitated by Carol Esterreicher, Ed .S., M/NLP

Learn about the art and science of managing your thinking, your language, your behavior, and the outcomes in your life!

Create your own life's circumstances the way you want!

NLP is another "story connection"

When 10 people sign up,
we have a class!

Butler Middle School
Jordan School District

Community School

Mr. Thomas Kilgore
[email protected]

801-412-2290

See October Calendar to arrange for celebrating the Halloween season with storytelling
at your school
at your party
at your community event!


Halloween Storytelling

Silly
Slight Spooky
or Scary

Check out
[Story Types]
and
Seasonal link

Whether it's a daytime school performance
or an evening by a creek, create the mood you want. Invite this Storyteller!

Thursday
October 19, 2006

Story time: 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Carol is one of the two tellers|

Expected children: 25 to 100!
Expect to have a spooky good time!

Halloween Storytelling
and
learn to do a magic trick you can carry with you for "trick or treat" night.

Copperview Elementary School in the Jordan School District

Contact: Jan Smith at Copperview Elementary
for more information.

Contact Carol

Monday
October 23, 2006

Traveling Tellers:

Suzanne Hudson
Carol Esterreicher

Spooky and Silly Stories
for
Halloween

Draper Public Library

Draper, Utah

November
Indoor
Camping Programs

Whether you are camping or just spreading out a blanket in a the park, meeting place, living room or back yard--

you can enjoy a camping experience

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stories!

Aesop's Animal Fables
(Fox, Porcupine, Bear, Snake, Cat, Grasshopper, Ant, and others)
Magpie's Nest

Songs!
My paddle's keen and bright!

Make New Friends (and keep the old!)
and more!

Camping Humor!
(fishing, biking, camping, hiking)

Your Choice!


Anywhere can be a"camp ground!"

Contact Carol
or.....

Phone 801-561-5669 and
let's talk.

 

Saturday
November 11, 2006

"Echoes of Aesop"

This is part of the 2nd Annual Freedom Film and Salt Lake Storytelling Festival.

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Lighthouse Chronicles Series

Sail the Seven Seas!

Carol will enlighten us about the life history of the famous Greek--Aesop.

Post Theatre at Fort Douglas

Salt Lake City, UT

 

 

 

Contact Carol

Sunday
November 12

Enjoy a full day of celebration:
11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.

Carol's Storytelling:
2:15 p.m.-2:45 p.m.
3:15 p.m.-3:45 p.m.

The Feather Merchants
The Mayor's Golden Shoes
and other Tales

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The Annual Jewish Arts and Food Festival

Three different storytellers entertain you with some traditional tales and some surprises.

Zigazak!
The Sign
Chelm Tales

 

Location:

Jewish Community Center

2
North Medical Drive

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

For information about this event Contact Judy Intrator.

944-3561

 

 

Saturday,
November 18, 2006

Stories at 7:30 p.m.:.

Carol Esterreicher
Billie Jones
and
Daniel Bishop

Traveling Tellers on the Utah Arts Council's Performing Artists Tour

Tellebration!

The American Heritage Center

Tellers from a group of 7 who are on the performing artists roster for 2006-2007 and
2007-2008

Location: The American Heritage Center (Formerly The Jensen Historical Farm)

More specific information to come

Contact: David Sidwell, Ph.D.

[email protected]

 

Friday
December 1, 2006

Enhance your own holiday season's "story" with a visit to the festival.

Enjoy many dance performances including the group Carol performs with--Young at Heart!

 

Annual Festival of Trees Performance

Holiday music and line dancing by

Young at Heart

South Towne
Exposition Center

Time:
11:00 a.m.

North/small stage

December 15, 2006
is the first of 8 days of Hanukkah.

A popular and rowdy Hanukkah
story (Zigazak) launches a 60-minute program featuring "The Feather Merchants" and other tales of Chelm!

Nice Suit (Rabinowitz's clever tailor)
Chelm Tales (humorous tales of foolishness)
The Mayor's Golden Shoes

Up to a full hour of delightful stories await your enjoyment.

These were shared at the Jewish Community Center on November 12, 2006

Zigazak!
(a Hanukkah story)


The Sign
(a tale of kibitzers)


The December calendar is open for you to schedule your

multicultural observance and to include Hanukkah!

December 24, 2006

Look for more upcoming announcements for
Storytelling at Solitude
Mountain Resort.

Christmas Eve Stories:

Silver Packages
The Christmas Tree Man
The Highway Christmas
A Suit for Christmas

And HO HO HO Jokes too!

Annual Night Before Christmas Storytelling Evening

7:30 p.m...-
8:30 p.m.

Expect some new stories and some old favorites!

and (of course)

The Chright Before Nistmas!

and Bingle Jells

Solitude Mountain Resort

We're meeting to enjoy each other's company around the cozy fireplace!

Contact: Beth Lopez

Bethskisolitude.com

December 26

January 1, 2007
and for as long as the snowflakes last!

Stories, poems, and songs that celebrate the season are ready!

 

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Explore stories and songs about winter!

A new story--told in rhyme
A Snowman Named Just Bob.

Enjoy this poem: My Mother's Got me Bundled Up!

Sing this song:
New Boots!

Any place you'd like to create the cozy comfort of listening indoors to tales of the frosty outdoors!

Contact Carol

Plan your events for anytime during the day or evening.

We can arrange the most convenient day and time for your storytelling enjoyment.

January 10, 2007

Workshop:
Circle of Excellence--

The NLP Process adapted especially for Storytellers!

Presenter:
Carol Esterreicher, Ed.S./MNLP

Description:
Create a customized virtual space (a "stacked anchor") to step into as you embark on your next storytelling performance.

 

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Olympus Chapter
of the Utah Storytelling Guild meets monthly on the second Wednesday.

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Meetings are open to the public.

Downtown
Salt Lake City Library

Get there on TRAX!

       

January 19, 2007

Utah Cultural Heritage
Institute

Be a part of its creation!

2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.

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An important meeting of Utah performing artists. This is the 2nd in series of lively networking and forward-looking brainstorming opportunities.

Rio Grand Depot

440 West
300 South
Salt Lake City

Zephyr Room

January 27, 2007

1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

Hear Professional Storytellers from the Utah Storytelling Guild.

Carol Esterreicher
Rachel Hedman
Janine Nishiguchi

Enjoy a celebration of winter stories from many nations!

 

Carol will be telling these lively winter stories:

The Feather Merchants
(Poland)

First Snow, Magic Snow
(Russia)

Snow Day
(USA)

 

The Farmington Arts Council's prized location where many amazing events can be expected!

 

Find out more about this event.

Contact

Christine Taylor
[email protected]

 

       

February 2, 2007

Groundhog Day!

Over 40,000 people gather each year in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania to observe whether the famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow! The festival which is over 100 years old, is marked by parades, dancing, celebrating and even fireworks!

Learn more...

 

 

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A joyful and spunky story program is being developed.

Learn about Punxsutawney Phil.

How is a groundhog different from a woodchuck?

Chuckle to some Groundhog jokes!

Watch the February Calendar. The date is still open!

Why wait for just February 2nd?

Contact Carol

Schedule your daytime and evening events to include your Storyteller,

Carol Esterreicher!

February 5th

Bill Harley performs (free!)
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Wheeler Farm in Murray, UT

7:00 p.m.

   

February-April
As long as the snowflakes last!

Stories, poems, and songs
that celebrate the season
are ready!

Snow Day
Best Little Wingman
First Snow, Magic Snow
(a Russian folktale)

The Feather Merchants
(waiting for feathers--not snow!)

 

 

Explore stories and songs about winter!

Enjoy this poem:
My Mother's Got me Bundled Up!

Sing this song:
New Boots!

Location:

Any place you'd like to create the cozy comfort of listening indoors to tales of the frosty outdoors!

Time:

Arrange with Carol

Contact Carol

Plan your events for anytime during the day or evening.

We can arrange the most convenient day and time for your storytelling enjoyment.

February 9, 2007 and
February 10, 2007

Carol has proposed a workshop:

Circle of Excellence
(Neuro-Linguistic Programming process)

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Timpanogos Storytelling Conference
BYU
Details to come

Contact Janet Low
at the Orem Library

February 14, 2007
Valentine's Day

Isn't it amazing and amusing the way that idioms and word plays shape our Valentine greetings!

You are my favorite human bean.

Peas be mine!

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Storytelling during the first two weeks of February prepares us to enjoy..

Valentines exchanges and parties!

Love Stories!

Stories of Thoughtful Kindness!

Watch the February schedule for details.

Why wait for just February 14th?

Contact Carol

Daytime or evening programs are being scheduled.

March 1, 2007

Celebrate the birthday of the famous Dr. Seuss!

Carol is one of six Traveling Tellers on the Utah Arts Council's Touring Artists roster for
2006-07
2007-08

Fit this activity to your specific needs!

This assembly has been presented for entire school auditorium gatherings, grade level activities, and small groups including story and craft hour at Borders Books and Cafe

Green Eggs and Ham

Students enjoy the uproar of audience participation as they recreate this popular story!

9:30 a.m.
10:30 a.m.

Midvale Elementary School in the Jordan School District

362 W. Center Street (7720 S.)

Midvale, UT 84047

Contact: Principal,
Karen Kezarian
(801) 565-7462

Teacher Contact for this event: Cathy Conn

March 16, 2007

A storytelling concert presented by:

Traveling Tellers on the Utah Arts Council's Touring Artists roster for
2006-07
2007-08

Watch this space for specifics.

Midvale Elementary School in the Jordan School District

362 W. Center Street (7720 S.)

Midvale, UT 84047

Contact: Principal

Karen Kezrian
(801) 565-7462

March 13, 2007

Storytelling is scheduled this month.

There may even be a hint of "word play" in the air!

Here are some possibilities

Rindercella and the Prandsome Hince

Newcomers gather for a social afternoon, a meeting, and lunch followed by entertainment!

 

Spaghetti MaMa's

at
Jordan Commons
in
Sandy
is where the fun all happens!

Here is your contact when you want to learn more about the Newcomers organization!

Contact: [email protected]

March 14, 2007
May 16, 2007


Carol is a certified Master Practitioner of
Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Since 1999 Carol has been presenting monthly and bi-monthly discussion forums at the Sandy Senior Center.

Topics of interest to active and retired seniors age 55 and up are presented.

You are invited to contribute to these lively discussions.

Sandy Senior Center

9300 South & 1300 East

Sandy, UT

Contact Carol
Read about the March 14th topic in the Sandy Journal!

Sandy Senior Center:
561-3265

April 13, 2007
and
April 14, 2007

Tulip Festival

Celebrate stories for the season.

The Fairy Tulips and other Spring stories!

Enjoy the amazing and spellbinding vistas of 70 or more varieties of tulips!

Thanksgiving Point Gardens

Lehi, UT

Contact:

Whitney Sechrist at Thanksgiving Point Gardens

       

April 13, 2007

The ONLY remaining opportunity during 2007
to celebrate
"Triscadecaphobia"
(fear of the #13)

also spelled

Triskaidekaphobia

Why do grooms carry brides over the threshold?

Which of the rabbit's feet is actually the "lucky" one?

 

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"Friday the 13th"

Invite me to adorn your
Friday the 13th
2007 event.

Whether it's before April 13th or on the exact date.

Whether it's a party or a storytelling gathering--isn't it interesting (and creepy) to explore where superstitions come from?

Learn how our superstitutions shape our beliefs and (consequently) our behaviors.

Experience stories based on superstition.

Hear audience members share superstitions and anecdotes!

 

Locations:

Village on the Green Women's Luncheon
Draper, Utah
Wednesday, October 11, 2006

On January 13, 2007 the Sandy Senior Center Featured this entertaining storytelling presentation.

Times:
(One-hour)

11:00 a.m.
Noon
1:00 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
8:30 p.m.

Have program
--will travel!

 

 

Contact Carol

Schedule a
Triscadecaphobia
Celebration


any time in

March or April.

April 16, 2007
Monday

Tickled Tales

and Root Beer Floats
at

South Jordan Senior Center

Ladle Rat Rotten Hoof!

Aesop's Fables Alive!

Let's have fun.

If you have ever been a child or have a child in your life, enjoy recalling a familiar tale with a word play twist!

12:15 p.m.
after lunch during the Root Beer Float event
Contact Carol

May 4, 5, and 6, 2007

Utah Storytelling Guild Meeting
and
Springdale, UT
Storytelling Festival

Sunday, May 6, 2007
Sacred Stories in the morning.

Gaia Creates Herself
More about the Gaia Story!

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Regional and Local Storytellers meet.

St. George, Utah

Storytelling Event

Watch this spot for details.

 

Carol has been invited to present her "Circle of Excellence" for storytellers workshop!

This is an NLP process adapted specifically for storytellers.

LaRee Jones
[email protected]

May 13, 2007

Mother's Day!

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Sentimental and Humorous Stories of

Love

Marriage

Motherhood

Aging

Childhood

Invite a storyteller to your Mother's Day Event!

For a husbands- and-wives event, ask for a love poem:

A White Rose

June 2, 2007

Storytelling
in
The Children's Garden

Let's start with "Noodle Head" stories!

Thanksgiving Point
in

Lehi, Utah

It's a new season.

Watch this space for specific story themes and titles.

Contact

Whitney
Sechrist

June 9, 2007

Utah Pioneer Cultural Fest

A full program of pioneer stories, a barn dance and other activities to look forward to!

Carol is participating as one of the dancers in
The Young at Heart Line Dancers

Gardner Village in Midvale, UT

 

Watch this spot for details

 

Thursday June 21, 2007 Through
Sunday, June 24, 2007

4:15 pm.- 5:00 p.m. daily
5:15 p.m..- 6:00 p.m. daily

See the Arts Festival program for listings Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Nine different Storytellers
from the Olympus Chapter
of the
Utah Storytelling Guild
will be on the program!

A detailed map will help you find the Writing Center where
" Word Ecstatic" will showcase literary performances including storytelling daily

 

Utah Arts Festival at Library Square

Downtown
Salt Lake City

The Word Ecstatic
at

The Writing Center
(formerly The Big Mouth Cafe)

Watch this space to learn what kinds of stories Carol will be telling!

Contact

Melissa Bond

June 30, 2007

Taylorsville Days--
A day-long community event with food, music, entertainment, and Storytelling!


Carol Esterreicher
Joyce Carpenter
Rachel Hedman

Olympus Chapter Storytellers
On Stage Again!

Personal Stories

Aesop's Fables (that would surprise Aesop)

Adventure tales
Humorous and thought-provoking tales too!

Valley Regional Park

5135 S.
2700 W.

Taylorsville, UT

Contact Taylorsville Art Council

Taylorsville City Offices
2600 W. Taylorsville Blvd.
Taylorsville, Utah 84118

 

July 2 , 2007

Bring your lunch and join the downtown folk who escape from their offices and enjoy an hour of entertainment during their lunch break!

Each summer season, more Storytellers are joining the ranks of the noontime program performers!

Utah Gallivan Center

Carol is teaming up with Holy Robison to bring some novel, surprising, and enjoyable stories to the Lunch Bunch crowd. Look for us under the Trellis.

Come on TRAX!

Leave your car at one of the TRAX stations and come carefree and carfree! Get off TRAX at the Gallivan Center Stop

July 11, 2007
at the
Salt Lake City Library

Monthly meeting of the Olympus Chapter of the Utah Storytelling Guild

Melissa Bond scouts for talent to participate in literary presentations at the annual Utah Arts Festival.

We welcome her visit.

 

 

Olympus Chapter
of the Utah Storytelling Guild meets monthly on the second Wednesday.

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Meetings are open to the public.

Most meetings are at the
Downtown
Salt Lake City Library

Get there on TRAX!

July 14, 2007

Storytelling
in
The Children's Garden

How about some Aesop's Fables

Some are new and some are favorites you ask for again!

Thanksgiving Point
in

Lehi, UT

It's a new season.

Carol's new series is called

"Surprisingly Aesop."

Lively improbabilities enhance the fables with the lesson in tact!

Contact

Whitney
Sechrist

July 16, 2007

The Mystery of the Lost Rhodes Mines

Presented by
Brian Jackson Fetzer
with
Carol Esterreicher

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South Jordan Library

7:00 p.m.

 

Mystery surrounds the historical account of the famed richest man in Utah during the gold rush period (1849)

July 19, 2007

The Mystery of the Lost Rhodes Mines

Presented by
Brian Jackson Fetzer
with
Carol Esterreicher

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Tyler Library

7:00 p.m.

 

Mystery surrounds the historical account of the famed richest man in Utah during the gold rush period (1849)
Contact Carol

August 4, 2007

Storytelling
in
The Children's Garden

What is your favorite fairy tale!

How would it sound in Spoonerisms?

The Latest: Loldigocks and the Bee Threars

Thanksgiving Point
in

Lehi, Utah
10: 30 a.m.

It's been a great summer so far!

Watch this space for specific story themes and titles.

Contact

Whitney
Sechrist at Thanksgiving Point Gardens

August 9, 2007

Bring your lunch and join the downtown folk who escape from their offices and enjoy an hour of entertainment during their lunch break!

Each summer season, more Storytellers are joining the ranks of the noontime program performers!

Utah Gallivan Center

Carol is teaming up with Janine Nishiguchi to bring some rowdy and enjoyable stories to the Lunch Bunch crowd. Look for us under the Trellis.

Come on TRAX!

Leave your car at one of the TRAX stations and come carefree and carfree! Get off TRAX at the Gallivan Center Stop

Contact Carol

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August 9, 2007

 

August 16, 2007

 

Brian Fetzer Jackson, as Sherlock Holmes

teams up with
Storyteller,
Carol Esterreicher


Listen to the story.
Examine the evidence.
Is there a mystery to be solved?
Are there secrets to discover?

How much is folk lore?
Is any of it true?

Herriman Library


East Millcreek Library

Experience the chilling mystery!

John Baptiste
(aka Jean
Baptiste)

The infamous grave robber is reputed to have ransacked over 300 graves at the Salt Lake City Cemetery!

7:00 p.m.-
8:00 p.m.


7:00 p.m.-
8:00 p.m.

Contact Carol

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September 11, 2007

Lunch Bunch Noon Entertainment

Folk Tales from around
the World

Utah Gallivan Center Trellis

Carol Esterreicher teams with Rachel Hedman

Watch this spot for more information as Carol and Rachel plan an appropriate program for this occasion.

May Through September 2007

Storytellers from the Olympus Chapter of the Utah Storytelling Guild can be found on the Lunch Bunch Schedule this year!

Last summer, Carol Esterreicher, Rachel Hedman, Billie Jones, Janine Nishiguchi, and Holly Robison were tellers included in the invitation to participate. Some of us got rained out.

On September 24, 2006 a very responsive audience was there to welcome us with interest and generous applause!

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June July August September
Calendars

The Lunch Bunch Event

Daily Monday through Friday bring your lunch.

Sit outside at tables or on blankets.

Enjoy stage or trellis entertainment in a usually sunny and friendly setting!

Utah Gallivan Center

Take TRAX!

Get off at the Gallivan Plaza stop or drive and park downtown.

September 25, 2007

Look for this class again in January, 2008

Community Education Classes are starting up again!

Haven't you always wanted to experience a class focused upon storytelling?

This is your opportunity.

Indian Hills Middle School

Jordan School District

6 Tuesdays

Sept 25-Nov 6

6:00 p.m.
until
8:00 p.m.

October 30 (no class)

Storytelling Your Way!

This class is interactive and intended to release the inner storyteller in each of us.

Handouts will include links to other storytellers and storytelling organizations and events!

Contact Carol

Visit your Salt Lake County Library to pick up your current schedule of classes.

or visit the Jordan School District Administration Office at 9361 South 300 East for information.

October 19 and 20

The New and Promising 1st Annual Kanab Storytelling Festival

Traveling Tellers (Utah Arts Council) will be participating in this premiere event!

 

Kanab, UT

Watch this spot for specific locations and times.

Four of Utah's most requested Storytellers will be presenting storytelling concerts in selected schools and participating in evening storytelling concerts.

October 27, 2007

The Garden at Night Event returns!

Check with Red Butte for the full schedule of excellent and exciting storytellers.

The theme is magical stories!

Carol is telling stories
on
October 27th.

6:00 p.m.

Red Butte Garden

Time:

6:00 p.m.to
9:00 p.m.

Reserve these nights for your Halloween celebrations.

October
18, 19, 20, 22, 25, 26, 27, 29

The Garden at Night
will feature Storytellers presenting mysterious and magical tales of the season!

Carol will present

Who's following Me?

She's Got Me!

The Humbug Witch

Trick: Cut the Mummy in Half

Trick: Pull a String Through Your Neck (a trick or treat surprise)

Contact Julie Raab

581-4747

December 1, 2007

The Fifth Annual Tantalizing Tales Event

Brought to you by the Storytellers of the Olympus Chapter of the Utah Storytelling Guild

Stories and Songs for the season.

Learn a spoonerized version of Jingle Bells
(Yes!! It's Bingle Jells)

Salt Lake City Library

3:00 p.m.

Besides all of the wonderful stories prepared to usher in the winter holiday season...

Get ready to enjoy a routine that rivals the Smothers Brothers' antics!

Carol Esterreicher, the Storyteller who loves to play with words, tells of the Chrite Before Nistmas.

Brian Fetzer, Storyteller, Film Maker, and Musician accompanies Carol on guitar.

January -March 2008

Jordan School District
Community Education Classes are starting up again!

Haven't you always wanted to experience a class focused upon storytelling?

Part I
Winter Session

Part 1 and Part 2
Spring Session

Indian Hills Middle School

Jan 22 and 29

Mount Jordan Middle School

Feb 11 and 18

Butler Middle School

 

6 Tuesdays

Sept 25-Nov 6

6:00 p.m.
until
8:00 p.m.

October 30 (no class)

Storytelling
Part I

This class is interactive and intended to release the inner storyteller in each of us.

Handouts will include links to other storytellers and storytelling organizations and events!

Contact Carol

Visit your Salt Lake County Library to pick up your current schedule of classes.

or visit the Jordan School District Administration Office at 9361 South 300 East for information.

December 24, 2007

Look for more upcoming announcements for
Storytelling at Solitude
Mountain Resort.

Christmas Eve Stories:

Silver Packages
The Christmas Tree Man
The Highway Christmas
A Suit for Christmas

And HO HO HO Jokes too!

Annual Night Before Christmas Storytelling Evening

7:30 p.m...-
8:30 p.m.

Expect some new stories and some old favorites!

and (of course)

The Chright Before Nistmas!

and Bingle Jells

Solitude Mountain Resort

We're meeting to enjoy each other's company around the cozy fireplace!

Contact: Beth Lopez

Bethskisolitude.com

December 7, 2007

What a great night for a party!

Good Friends
Laughter
Food
Fun
Stories and Song

Village on the Green

Community Christmas Party

Enjoy Carol's version of the Chrite Befoe Nistmas!

Sing a hearty chorus or two of Bingle Jells and snashing through the doh!

Village Clubhouse

6:30 p.m.

       

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