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Golden Tales

Written on June 12, 2017

We held the last ‘Golden Tales’ concert a year ago on Sunday, June 12, 2016 the Brunswick Community Centre was fantastic.

Sandra Frain tells her hilarious house-sitting, pet minding story

June Concert: Sandra Frain tells her hilarious house-sitting, pet minding story

 

 Audience stillness storytree.com.au:goldentales
Catherine hands storytree.com.au:goldentales

AFFORDABLE FOOD: Catered by Brunswick Liberation Larder for $5 a bowl of food or $5 for hot drink and cake

WHERE: Brunswick Heads Community Centre, opposite Surf Club and behind Scout Hall

Enquiries: jenni@storytree.com.au OR CALL 0403 328 643

Julianna of Clems Cargo tells an original traditional tale of Cultural Collison storytree.com.au:goldentales

Julianna of Clems Cargo tells an original traditional tale of Cultural Collison

LISTEN to our inaugural Golden tales concert here: https://soundcloud.com/the-heart-of-the-story/sets/the-inaugural-golden-tales

Please join our FB Event page  and share it with story lovers you know! Locals and visitors welcome! Listen to stories from our first concert, read about it and see pictures of it here and read what prompted the idea for these concerts here. Blog about Jan 2016 concert in pipeline.

 WHAT are Golden Tales?

Hear colourful local stories from storytellers and community members, set in our local region- as far as our caldera stretches: from Tweed to Lismore to Murwillumbah to Nimbin and Byron Bay. If you didn’t get a story in last time, do ponder a Golden Tale for next concert! This is a community event, so please consider throwing your hat in the ring. Also if you come along to one of our concerts, as you listen deeply to other people’s stories, you may think of one of your own for the next concert. Stories are like that.

Remember it needs to be predominantly set in the Byron Shire region, between 5 and 8 mins long, told orally (preferably without notes) but can be historical, contemporary or even futuristic and it can also be factual, fictional or a combination of both- which we call –factional!

 

Our angelic mascot 2 donated by Clems Cargo storytree.com.au:goldentales April 2016

Our angelic mascot donated by Clems Cargo

Melaina and Annie listening to Catherine storytree.com.au:goldentales The story prompts below might help or you can contact me (Jenni) if you want some story coaching for a specially discounted fee.
Enquiries and workshop bookings: jenni@storytree.com.au OR 0403 328 643

Please join our FB Event page

Donna Jacobs Sife, Jenni and friends storytree.com.au:goldentales April 2016

Donna Jacobs Sife, Jenni and friends

 

Susan Perrow tells her ‘Golden Tale’ Jan 2016

Read my blogpost about our inaugural concert here http://www.storytree.com.au/golden-tales-local-tales/
and about the background to the concert here http://www.storytree.com.au/changing-the-world-one-local-story-at-a-time/

 

Welcome mandala on steps of the Hall

Welcome mandala on steps of the Hall

Kelly Dodd June2015 (1)

Kelly Dodd tells of Tilley Divine’s visit

 

 

 

 

 

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