Graduate college credit
In cooperation with Friends University, the Kansas Storytelling Festival is pleased to invite teachers and librarians - or anyone wanting to earn graduate credit - to enroll in a Spring Education Workshop. This is an opportunity to pick up one graduate credit hour while attending the Festival and enjoying all the fun of the weekend.
For more information and a description of the workshop, go to friends.edu and find the Spring 2017 Teacher Workshop catalog. We are course number EDUC5401-01. Online registration is available. Further questions can be directed to email@example.com or call 316.295.5516.
Storytelling in Education - April 24-27, 2017
This year the Festival, along with the Smoky Hill Educational Service Center, is sponsoring storytelling in schools with storyteller, Tim Lowry. Tim will be using storytelling to illustrate its effectiveness to entertain and enhance learning at the same time. Sessions at schools across north central and western Kansas will be offered this opportunity, so be sure and recommend to an administrator in your district that your local school participate.
Volunteer at the Festival
The Kansas Storytelling Festival could not happen year after year without its wonderful volunteers who are the heart of this event. Every volunteer, from the set-up crews to the clubs who provide delicious desserts at the concerts, is an asset and deeply appreciated. Volunteers annually provide hospitality, organizational skills, and manual labor to make the Festival weekend a welcoming celebration of stories.
If you would like to volunteer at the Festival, contact the festival coordinator, Glennys Doane, at 785.454.6648 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Kansas Storytelling Festival offers many opportunities for advancement. Whether you are a teacher looking for college credit or a amateur storyteller looking to get into the Tall Tales contest, you can learn more through this section.