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Learning to Tell Your Story Workshop

Saturday, March 28 @ 11:00 am - 9:00 pm

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Learning to Tell Your Story: Storytelling with Larry Pearlman
Saturday, March 28 Workshop from 11:00-5:00 / Performance 7:00
Workshop Registration Required. Register online on the Library Events Calendar on, by emailing Black Mountain Library ( or calling the library: 828-250-4756

“Learning To Tell Your Story” will be a workshop that everyone can enjoy. For those who are thinking about becoming a storyteller, this will be an excellent first step. This experiential time will explore what elements make up a “good” story and give each individual time to practice putting those elements together and organizing a story. After a dinner break, we will come back together to allow those who so desire to share the story they created based on the workshop. Whether you aspire to telling stories on the stage or simply want to learn how stories are put together, you will find this time educational and fun.

Our workshop facilitator, Larry Pearlman, has been an actor, salesman, entrepreneur, radio show host, author, minister, workshop facilitator, public speaker, trainer, Peace Corps Volunteer, and pet-sitter. He has discovered that storytelling can be an important part in all of these endeavors and is sure that this skill can have an impact in your life as well. He is currently a member of the Asheville Storytelling Circle. He has been featured at the North State Storytelling Festival in Cary, White Horse Black Mountain, Black Mountain Center for the Arts, Pechakucha in Asheville, Tarheels Tellers Festival in Hendersonville, The Center for Arts and Inspiration in Hendersonville and Roadhouse Storytellers in Pittsboro.


Saturday, March 28
11:00 am - 9:00 pm


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