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Storyteller Carol Knarr brings family-centric performance to Brew Ha on April 2

(Talk of the Town photo provided) Storyteller Carol Knarr will perform at the Brew Ha in Columbia City on April 2 at 10 a.m.

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The Brew Ha welcomes Carol Knarr, professional storyteller, to share family-friendly trickster tales on Saturday, April 2, 2011, at 10:00 a.m.  
“I have just returned from a storytelling tour through Pennsylvania, Virginia and North Carolina.  I’m excited to share many of the trickster tales I told while on tour,” states Knarr.
Knarr's 60-minute program will include much audience participation.  Although stories are geared for a young audience, trickster tales are enjoyed by all ages.
"Every culture has a trickster.  Fox, coyote and rabbit are popular animal tricksters who love to trick others and oftentimes get tricked themselves.  Malese is a popular trickster in Haitian culture.  He is a lazy man who manages to trick his friends to do his work,” adds Knarr.
A Whitley County native, Knarr is a theatre instructor for Jay County High School in Portland, Indiana.  She has been telling stories professionally for ten years.  
For more information about storytelling, visit Knarr's website at www.carolknarr.com.


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