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“Lies, Exxaggerations and Tall Tales Workshop with Jeff Stratton

April 28 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm


“Lies, Exxaggerations and Tall Tales”,  will consist of a 4 hour class with a presentation, some discussions and then an interactive component with tellers creating their own short Tall Tales.

   The venue will be at the Methodist Fellowship Hall in Jonesborough on Sat. April 28, 10-2 pm.  There is no cost, but attendees are asked to help out with snacks and/or drinks. The signup deadline is Fri. April 20, contact me at jxx2@comcast.net or (423) 447-7696.

107 South 2nd Avenue (right next to the railroad tracks)

There is a sign on the front of the building itself that says Good News Fellowship Hall. Park across the street in the parking lot that has the caboose in it
or drive into the parking lot in back of the main Methodist church (also accessed from 2nd Avenue), go across the bridge, and park near the playground.
Or a third parking option is park in the parking lot of the main Methodist church and walk from that parking lot, past the Episcopal church, and come down the steps into the area of the Good News Fellowship Hall.
Three different parking lots available.

   Thanx, Jeff Stratton, immediate past president of the Jonesborough Storytellers Guild and a GREAT LIAR and EXXAGGERATOR IN CHEIF!


April 28
10:00 am - 2:00 pm


Methodist Fellowship Hall
107 S. 2nd Ave
Jonesborough, TN 37659 United States
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Jeff Stratton

To list an event, contact davidjoe@davidjoemiller.com.

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