On May 5th, we welcomed guest tellers, Judy Caulfield and Lloyd Hethrington with Guild tellers Rusty, Jenny, Don. What a charming evening!! Such an eclectic variety,
6:30 - Zoom room opens early for casual socialization, volunteer a story, and/or work out any connection kinks
7:00 - Storytelling begins
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It was a delight: VIRTUAL GGS STORYTELLING EVENTS.
Messages from listeners and guest tellers:
- Hello Sya,
Just want to thank you for extending an invitation to villagers to attend the telling last evening. I enjoyed it very much! The story about the Burghers of Calais picked me, and I’ve now repeated it to my son, an illustrator, who knows more about art than I do, and who wil be very interested in the story I’m sure. I don’t see myself as a story teller, but I sure like to hear a good story so that was a great pleasure for me, and I am grateful! 🤓
(LK (May 5, 2021)
- I just love the way you tell, the honesty in your voice and your choice of stories- you are awesome! .
This week I found a link on Facebook to the Guelph Guild of storytellers and I was able to listen to you on YouTube.I was truly elated.
~ CD, Halifix.
- "What a treat and a privilege to share the Guelph Story Teller’s stories tonight. I enjoy as a listener each month. But at Christmas, and this Christmas especially, we all need to think of these wonderful stories from years past. So thankful."
NC (Dec 23, 2020)
"Many thanks for the invite to tell in Guelph. I enjoyed the stories and meeting your group. Susan’s ending was perfect."
JB (Dec 2, 2020)
- ". . . Find it interesting and intriguing that there could be such a variety of stories. Thumbs up! "
DV (Dec 2, 2020)
- ". . . Your evenings always have a lovely tone of peace, acceptance, and impressive tales. Thank you."
AK (Nov 4, 2020)
- . . . thanks for such a delightful evening last night. I have the dates noted until Christmas.
NC (Sept 3, 2020)
Storytelling is a dynamic active interplay between the teller and listeners, so virtual storytelling via Zoom is definitely second-best. However, one positive by-product of the virtual world is that geography is no barrier.