Holiday Storytelling … Heads-up Seattle


naomiphoto1-300ppiJOIN THE SEATTLE STORYTELLING GUILD FOR AN EVENING WITH THREE GREAT TELLERS, including The Bardo Group Beguines’ steller storyteller, Naomi Baltuck


Sharon Creedon was a trial attorney when she discovered the Seattle Storytellers Guild. She began collecting and telling stories, many of which are included in her books, In Full Bloom: Tales of Women In Their Prime and Fair Is Fair: World Folktales Of Justice, which received the National Aesop Award for folklore.

Naomi Baltuck and Beatrice Baltuck Garrard are an intrepid mother-daughter duo. When Naomi is not writing novels and Beatrice is not studying history at Stanford, they travel the world together, telling stories and fighting crime!

Pat Peterson tells her holiday stories with a twinkle and a smile – that’s not to say that a memory revealed might bring a tear to the eye or a tug at the heart. Pat will share some old favorties and something new…



7 Comments on “Holiday Storytelling … Heads-up Seattle

      • Dear Jamie,
        Thanks so much for sharing the news of this performance. It was really a wonderful event, well-attended, and heart-warming and thoughtful way to celebrate the season. I hope you had a good holiday. Wishing you all the best for the New Year!

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    • HI Peggy,
      There are lots of storytelling events happening in Seattle all the time, and certainly in March as well. Check out the Seattle Storytelling Guild websitefor their calendar of events. The guild also has a page on Facebook that will tell you what’s happening. Every month there are regularly scheduled performances and coffeehouse gatherings, with additional special events. On March 6th, for instance, the guild will sponsor a workshop by Portland storytellers Norm Brecke and Anne Rutherford, and I will be hosting a house concert by Anne Rutherford, who will tell her one-woman adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the guild or me (
      Happy tales!

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