Sunday, January 20, 2019

SAV events coming up in 2019


Out with the diaries folks, events for 2019 are in planning and we have dates and details. If you need to check, we have a calendar on the HOME page of our website. You can also follow events on Facebook.

Storytelling Sunday at the RAW Garden 
Martin Jefferd photo: Tatiana Scott
Come join us, and UK storyteller Martin Jefferd, at the RAW Garden on Sunday, 3 February. Treat yourself to an afternoon of stories, food and great company.

Martin is like the birds, he flies to Australia for the summer, all the way from Bristol. He brings with him news of our storytelling friends and colleagues in the UK.

RAW Garden Storytelling is a partnership event with Mariam Issa and the RAW Garden and Storytelling Vic. The Garden celebrates the uniqueness and aspirations of multicultural women through gardening, storytelling, crafts and cooking.

Durgah Devi Palanisamy (Dee) and Daniela B├╝cheler-Scott (Dani) from Storytelling Vic are our hosts. Dee and Dani will have a mix of special guests and story games and there is always a space for friends to tell a tale.

We value listeners and storytellers equally and take pride in welcoming newcomers to RAW. 

*Storytelling Sunday at the RAW Garden will continue through to November on the the first Sunday of the month.

WHERE: RAW Garden 325 South Road Brighton
WHEN: Sunday February 3
TIME: 12.00 pm
COST: $15

Enter by the drive way gate.

*Photo credit Tatiana Scott 

Fabled Nights in Newport

Fabled Nights is an open-hearted space for people who want to learn to craft true tales, traditional stories, tall tales and yarns; heart to heart and without notes. We welcome beginners and experienced folks. So come and strut your stuff, share what you know, try out a new story or tell a tale for the first time.

There's room for around 10 storytellers and we ask that stories be no longer than 10 minutes, give or take. We ask that stories be said not read.

We reserve 2 - 15 minute places for people who want to try out longer stories.

Let kind hearts and commonsense prevail: racist and homophobic stories hurt people so please don't bring them to Fabled Nights.

WHERE: Newport Community HUB 13 Mason Street Newport.
WHEN: March 15
TIME: 7.30 - 10.00
COST: $5.00 or $3.00 (Storytelling Vic and Newport Fiddle and Folk Club members). No Booking required.

*WHEEL CHAIR ACCESS
* Fabled Nights is an inter-generational event. Children welcome at parent/carers discretion

Fabled Nights in Newport is a partnership event with Hobsons Bay Libraries and is supported by the Newport Fiddle and Folk Club.

PARKING: There is free parking at the rear of the building. Coming from Mason Street, turn left at Durkin Street then left into the car park. Entry to the HUB is from the park.
*Fabled Nights will continue on the 3rd friday of the month through to Novemeber with the exception of April (Easter).

*Image kindly gifted to us by Rex Smeal

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