PR – International Storytelling retreat in Yellow Springs Ohio for Storytellers, environmental educators or interpretive naturalists.
April 9th-11th, 2010 an eco-teller’s retreat will take place in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Interested storytellers, environmental educators and interpretive naturalists are welcome to attend.
The retreat is open to any person who is currently considers themselves an amateur or professional storyteller, environmental educator or interpretive naturalist. The retreat is organized by the environmental discussion group which is a part of the National Storytelling Network. The retreat is hosted and organized in the Vale community by storyteller Eric Wolf. A public performance at the Herdon Gallery on Antioch campus on Saturday night of the retreat is a fund raiser for the Tecumseh Land Trust nonprofit.
Participation in the retreat is free and lunch on Saturday is provided. Presenters and participants are responsible for other meals, transportation, and for finding their own lodgings. Lodging suggestions are on the website. The retreat is limited to 25 people, including presenters. Potential presenters are welcome to email their answer s to the three questions that are listed on the blog to Eric Wolf at email@example.com by 2/01/10. Registration opens on 2/01/10 and ends 4/01/10.
Interested folks are welcome to check out http://eco-story-2010.blogspot.com/
For more information or call Eric Wolf at (937) 767-8696.