Storytelling for Healing & Gifting by Nancy Mellon

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Storytelling for Healing & Gifting by Nancy Mellon

Time: December 7, 2012 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: The Siskiyou School
Street: 631 Clay Street
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.siskiyouschool.org
Phone: 5414828223
Event Type: lecture, &, workshop
Organized By: Katie Sloan
Latest Activity: Dec 5, 2012

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GUARANTEED AMAZING!   On Dec. 7 & 8 at The Siskiyou School in Ashland, teacher, mentor, psychotherapist, and author, Nancy Mellon, an elder in the global storytelling renaissance, will present Storytelling as a Healing Art on Fri, Dec. 7, 7 – 9 pm, and on Sat, Dec. 8, 9:30 – 1, she will give a workshop called Stories as Gifts, where she will help you create your own story.  Visit www.healingstory.com or www.siskiyouschool.org for more information.  Lecture $15, Workshop $35, both $40.  Call (541) 482-8223 or go to nancymellon.brownpapertickets.com for tickets or reservations.

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