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Be sure to catch The Three Tellers Performance – “Oldest City Tales: The Weaker Sex?” on Monday, May 3, 2021.   The event is just one of many during the Romanza Festivale of Music and the Arts.   This is the sixth year The Three Tellers – Margaret Kaler, Jane Sims and Wayne Sims – will be participating in the Festivale.

Margaret Kaler is a long-time member of Tale Tellers of St. Augustine who tells traditional, personal, historic, and literary stories.  The Storytelling Sims, Jane and Wayne, are humorists, historians and tandem tellers who tell stories of Florida, the South, and Appalachia.

“Oldest City Tales: The Weaker Sex?” is another captivating presentation in the Oldest City Tales series created by the trio.  It focuses on the Challenges, travails, and successes of fascinating women who have had an influence of life and development in the Nation’s Oldest City.

The program has been carefully researched under the guidance of the St. Augustine Historical Society Library historian.

Admission: $10.00 for 1; $15.00 for 2.   Tickets available at the Gate or by clicking the event website link.

The event is sponsored by Romanza Festivale of the Arts and Culture in partnership with Vilano Beach Main Street.

Venue

Airstream Row
190 Vilano Road
St. Augustine, FL 32084 United States
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904-540-0402
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