Mark Your Calendars - You Don't Want to Miss These Events!

What's going on out there in storytelling? Here's our list of currently scheduled storytelling events around North Carolina and beyond! Be sure and check back with us often, as this list changes.

Guild sponsored events

January 2015

January 30-February 1: NCSG Winter Workshop, with storyteller Kim Weitkamp.  To be held on the grounds of the Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell, Oak Island, NC.  Contact Terry Rollins or Dianne HackworthDOWNLOAD: Registration & Info

May 2015

TBA: NCSG's Spring Retreat.  Storytelling Workshop to be held at the Wildacres Retreat Center, Little Switzerland, NC.  Contact


Other events:


The Asheville Storytelling Circle. Meets 3rd Monday of each month - 7:00pm.  Asheville Terrace, 200 Tunnel Rd., Asheville, NC.  Contact Wallace Shealy, or 828.581.4603.

The Inner Banks Storytellers Group meets the second Wednesday of each month at the Beaufort County Arts Council building.  Washington, NC.  For more information, contact Terry Rollins at 252.402.8595. 

Mount Airy Ghost Tours and The Dark Side of Mayberry Tours, sponsored by the Mount Airy Museum of Regional History, are led by local storytellers.  Ghost Tours are Friday and Saturday nights through October at 8 p.m.; The Dark Side of Mayberry Tours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 3:00 p.m.  All tours leave from The Mount Airy Museum of Regional History at 301 North Main Street, Mount Airy, NC 27030.  Call 336.786.4478 for reservations and ticket prices.

Northern Wake Storytelling Circle and Meetup.  Twice monthly, one Thursday at 7pm and one Sunday at 3pm(usually 2nd Thursday and third or fourth Sunday) The Storyteller's Book Store, 158 S. White St, Wake Forest, NC 27587. Contact Claire Ramsey at Current dates listed on and

Story Spinners Guild. 3rd Monday of every month, Sept. through May.  Storytelling Arts Center, 131 S. Main St., Laurinburg, NC. 910.277.3599.

The Storytellers Guild of Charlotte. 3rd Sunday of each month - 3:30pm, in the Education Room of the Total Wine and More.  Located in the Promenade on Providence Shopping Center, 5341 Ballantyne Commons Parkway, Charlotte, NC.  Contact 704.756.2919.  

Surry Storytellers (formerly Imagine That! Storytellers) meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Mount Airy Library at 7 p.m.  We start with a mini-workshop and then on to stories.  The library is located at 145 Rockford Street, Mount Airy, NC 27030 (336.989.5708).  Come to listen.  Come to tell. For more information call Terri Ingalls at 336.351.3806.

Terry Rollins leads the Historic Washington Ghost Walk. Washington, NC.  Contact I Can't Believe It's a Bookstore, at 252.946.0855.

Triad Storytelling Exchange. Meets 3rd Thursday of each month - 6:00pm.  CityArts suite, Cultural Center, 200 N. Davie St., Greensboro, NC.  Contact Charlotte Hamlin at

The Village StorytellersFirst Tuesday of the Month, 7:00 pm. Sola Coffee Cafe, 7705 Lead Mine Road, Raleigh, North Carolina .  Great stories and Great Food and Coffee.  Share your story and help others improve theirs.  Contact: Gale Buck,

October 2014

October 19-24: Starburst Storytelling Festival.  Featuring storytellers: Tim Lowry, Adam Both, Geraldine Buckley,  Andy Offutt Irwin and others.  Anderson County Public Library, 300 N. McDuffie St, Anderson, SC.  Contact Mary Beth Evans or

October 23: Storytelling at Riverside Restaurant at Brownwood with Tammy Sanabria.  Located at 7181 Railroad Grade Road, Todd, NC.  336.877.4847;; questions contact ReVonda at 336.977.8275.  

October 24: Ghost Stories featuring Cynthia Moore Brown.  7pm,  Blandwood Mansion, 447 Washington St., Greensboro, NC.  Contact 336.272.5003. 

October 25: 35th Annual Ghost Stories in the Graveyard with storyteller Cynthia Brown - 2:00pm, Greensboro Historical Museum Graveyard, 120 Summit Ave., Greensboro, NC.  Contact 336.373.2043.

October 25: Annual Ghost Party for Lydia featuring Cynthia Moore Brown.  5:30pm, Jamestown Public Library, Jamestown, NC.  Contact 336.454.4815.

October 28-November 1: Storytelling Live! Teller-in-Residence, featuring Sheila Kay Adams.  Tuesday through Saturday at 2pm.  International Storytelling Center, 116 W. Main St., Jonesborough, TN.  Go to or contact 800.952.8392.  

October 29-30: Stories of the American Revolution with Tim Lowry.  Greenwood County Public Library, 600 S. Main St, Greenwood, SC.  Contact Prudence Taylor  

October 30: Storytelling at Riverside Restaurant at Brownwood with Dianne Hackworth or ReVonda Crow.  Located at 7181 Railroad Grade Road, Todd, NC.  336.877.4847;; questions contact ReVonda at 336.977.8275.

November 2014

November 6: Concert with Molasses Creek.  "Explorations in The ARTS" Series.  7:30pm (Thursday).  Craven Community College, New Bern, NC.  For details visit

November 9: Mountain Spirit Coffeehouse Series, Molasses Creek performing at Unitarian Universalist Church.  7pm (Sunday).  1 Edwin Place Asheville NC. One of the best listening rooms we have played at!  Come on out!

November 22: Surry Storytellers will host Tellabration! (tm) on Saturday, at the Mount Airy Library at 7 p.m.  The library is located at 145 Rockford Street, Mount Airy, NC 27030 (336.989.5708).  This is a free event.  For more information call Terri Ingalls at 336.351.3806. 

November 23: Asheville Tellabration!  Asheville Folk Art Center, Blue Ridge Parkway.  Sunday before Thanksgiving.  Sponsored by Asheville Storytelling Circle, Southern Highlands Craft Guild, and the National Storytelling Network.  828.664.1429 or 828.777.9177.

December 2014

December 10-11: Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, with storyteller, Tim Lowry.  Restaurant Circa 1886, 149 Wentworth St, Charleston, SC,

December 13: The Feed and Seed Storytelling Series.  Saturday, 3 pm, Feed and Seed, 3715 Hendersonville Rd., Fletcher, NC.  Contact 828.484.9716 or 828.699.7114.  


February 2015

February 27: 7th Annual Celebration of Story Concert, through Music, Visual Arts, and Spoken Word.  Sponsored by Clemson Area StoryTellers (CAST) Guild.  Friday evening at 7pm, The Arts Center, 212 Butler Rd, Clemson, SC.  Contact info: or

February 27-March 1: Grab That Story and Tell It!, storytelling class, taught by Ted Cooley.  John C. Campbell Folk School, One Folk School Road, Brasstown, NC.  Contact 1.800.365.5724 or


March 2015

March 13-14: Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival.  Friday night concert, Saturday storytelling all day, Saturday night Ghost Stories and Family Concert.  Wragg Square, corner of Meeting and Charlotte Street, Charleston, SC.  Contact

March 15-20: "Reader's Theater" - Folk School Style. Storytelling, Writing class, taught by Bobbie Pell.  John C. Campbell Folk School, One Folk School Road, Brasstown, NC.  Contact 1-800-365-5724 or