Guilds & Clubs

Wisconsin Storytelling Guilds / Clubs

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Monona Public Library Storytelling Club

The Monona Public Library Storytelling Club is a venue for adults and teens who love story. It is a time to get together to share and listen to stories as well as an opportunity for new tellers to learn storytelling techniques from other members and a chance for established artists to develop their skills and repertoire.

The focus of the stories told at the scheduled get-together is on sharing tales that are appropriate for a family audience. The group also hosts storytelling events at the library two times a year, including “Stories Off the Shelf” in the spring to celebrate Children’s Book Week and in November for TELLABRATION!™
Check www.mononalibrary.org or call 216-7453 for more information. Dates are subject to change.

Storytelling Club Meetings Are Open to the Public.
Free. Wheelchair accessible.
1000 Nichols Road, Monona WI 53716
www.mononalibrary.org / 608-216-7453
Contact Karen at karen@mononalibrary.org

M.A.S.T. (Milwaukee Area Story Tellers) Storytelling Guild

Great Tales by a Great Lake
M.A.S.T. is a gathering of adults interested in reviving the folk art of storytelling. We swap tales, polish our deliveries, and critique each other in the ancient tradition of a guild.

Every 3rd Friday of the month
7:00 pm
a story or your ears
Mount Mary University
(building with tower – Rm 248)
92nd & Burleigh
Milwaukee, Wis.
parking entrance off 92nd St.

414-962-4425
jean-andrew@storylore.net

W.O.W. (Washington-Ozaukee Wordsmiths) story guild
3rd Tues.  May 17, 2016; 7:00pm
— West Bend Public Library
— street parking
— contact Ruth Maschmeier at 262-334-5994
— INFORMAL CIRCLE.  NEW FOLKS WELCOME

Bluff Country Tale Spinners Storytelling Guild

The Bluff Country Tale Spinners was created in 1999 for the purposes of promoting the appreciation of the art of storytelling and the development of storytelling skills among its members. Storytellers are of all ages and come from all walks of life.  Members range from beginning to experienced tellers and story listeners are always welcome. The Guild sponsors the annual La Crosse Storytelling Festival.

Meets the second Thursday of every month
7:00-8:30 pm
free and open to the public
Meets at: Grounded Specialty Coffee
308 Main St.
La Crosse, WI  54601
www.lacrossestoryfest.com
608-797-2807
wachutateri@yahoo.com

W.O.W. (Washington-Ozaukee Wordsmiths) Story Guild

Meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm

West Bend Public Library
contact Ruth M. Maschmeier
262-334-5994
rmasch2000@yahoo.com