Flagstaff City - Coconino County Public Library presents:
Stories To Life
What is Stories To Life?
Classic tales, poems and literature come to life
through the talents of spoken word actors amidst
the backdrop of live music
PLEASE NOTE: Stories To Life is NOT appropriate
for children under the age of 6.
Stories To Life
Homers on the Range: Writing Out from Kane Ranch
Sunday, January 12, 4pm
COCONINO CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Readers include Tony Norris, Jean Rukkila, Darcy Falk, Shonto Begay, and Kate Watters. They will be reading from the writings created during a retreat at Kane Ranch, a working cattle ranch in the Vermillion Cliffs near the North Rim. Writings will focus on the land and how it informs these author’s works and sense of place.
This event is free and open to the public. It is a first-come-first-serve event. Previous Stories to Life events have filled to standing-room-only capacity, with some people being turned away. So it is recommended that people come early.
“Stories to Life does exactly what the title implies,” said John Tannous, Executive Director of Flagstaff Cultural Partners. “The program literally brings to life old tales and stories in the imaginations of our audience. Through the talent of our actors and the beauty of live music and sound effects, story-telling is once again alive as great way to experience the love of literature.”
This program is supported with funds granted by Friends of the Library.
This program is presented by the Flagstaff City - Coconino County Public Library
in partnership with:
Funding also provided by the BBB Revenues from the City of Flagstaff.