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Confessions of the Corazon: A Night of Storytelling

“Confessions of the Corazon” returns on September 26, 2019 with Kathy Kniery as our featured storyteller. According to her Tale Tellers of St. Augustine bio:  Kathy is a recently transplanted Illinoisan. After 30 years of serving in public and private schools as a library/media specialist and sometimes social studies teacher, she gave up cold weather and snow for sunshine and ocean breezes. It was not a hard choice. Now retired, she is focusing on the favorite part of her former career: storytelling.  Kathy is also learning more about her favorite hobbies, photography and graphic arts.

The event is for all ages and is $5 (cash only) for each person. There is room for 10 storytellers at each event; first come, first served.  Sign up at 5:00pm by purchasing one item; there are free refills on most beverages. Stories begin at 5:30pm.

Each storyteller receives six to eight minutes of stage time. The featured storyteller gets 10 minutes of stage time and 50% of the proceeds from the door.  After each event, the current featured storyteller draws the name for the following months’ storyteller.

We look forward to seeing you at the event and hearing your stories. Please mark your calendars, set your timers, bring some pals and join us on a great night of storytelling.  All are welcome!


September 26, 2019
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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