April 21,22-23, 2023
Earth Day Celebration
Lullaby of the Rivers Music Festival
sponsored by Bob Patterson’s Water Protectors
Stories and songs preserving the environment
Resource Fair – 10 a.m. til 8 p.m.
North Shores Community Park in Vilano Beach
120 Meadow Ave in Surfside
Featuring Tale Tellers sharing
Eventbrite Tickets coming soon
Many more activities planned this year including
expanded storytelling and open mic.
Multiple stages and interactive activities for all ages.
Food, fun and focus on the environment!
Who are we…
The Tale Tellers of St. Augustine was formed in 1993 by storytelling enthusiasts.
Since then, our membership has steadily grown to more than 30 people, each of whom contribute to our mission of passing on and enhancing the art of storytelling.
Celebrating 30 Years
of Storytelling in 2023!
The Waterworks @ 2:00 pm
September 17, 2023
“Delicious – Food Adventures”
Enjoy tasty tales of culinary adventure through personal stories by Natalie Beltrami, Kathy Duffy, Kathy Kniery, and Debra Weller.
The show encompasses a broad range of talent and expertise: Natalie Beltrami is an artist, actor, and storyteller who believes our stories are the threads that create the fabric of our lives; Kathy Duffy is an accomplished teller with stories that span the lighthearted to the dark and scary; Kathy Kniery is an historic interpreter and teller of personal and traditional tales; Debra Weller, a storyteller with guitar and song, has performed in many states and internationally.
September 17, 2023
Sunday Matinee @ 2 pm
Kids love us!!!! Contact us for your next great storytelling event to make it very special.
We Perform for You…
The Tale Tellers of St. Augustine regularly perform in Northeast Florida as a group, and throughout the nation as individuals. Where you can find us:
- Limelight Theatre
- St. Augustine Beach Art Studio and Gallery
- Flagler Health Village at Murabella
- Florida Story Festival @ Mount Dora
- Florida Folk Festival @ White Springs, FL
- Assorted special performances all over the area
even in your local schools and libraries!