We are Storytelling Toronto

An organization that has continued to teach, celebrate, and explore the art and tradition of oral storytelling.

 

Hilli Arduin
at A Different Booklist

Monday May 7, 2018 | 8:00 – 9:30pm
A Different Booklist | 777-779 Bathurst Street

StoryFusion Cabaret! is proud to present a special show by visiting storyteller, Hilli Arduin. Hilli was born in Suriname, raised in Curaçao and moved to The Netherlands in 1973. She now divides her time between Suriname and The Netherlands. She has performed around Europe, in Cuba, South Africa, Jamaica, Curaçao, Aruba, Saba, St. Maarten, St. Eustatius, and the U.S.A. Hilli is also an award-winning children’s author and poet.
Visit Hilli at: www.hillivertelt.nl

$17 in advance/$22 at the door
Eventbrite - Storyfusion Cabaret! featuring HILLI ARDUIN
For Door Reservations, contact Karen Blair:
kblairicus@gmail.com

StoryFusion Cabaret! Bringing rich, enlightening and memorable stories to audiences.
Presented by the Backseat Balladeer Co-Directors,
led by Karen Blair

with thanks to the Toronto Arts Council, the Ontario Arts Council and Storytelling Toronto.

For the Love of George
In Story and Song

Saturday May 12, 2018 | 7:30pm (doors open at 6:45)
Club Carib | 600 Wentworth Street East | Oshawa

Come and celebrate the extraordinary life of
Dr. B. George Blake
with Singer Shaundell Parris | Kalalu
Oshawa Drums of Steel | Durham Storytellers
Storyteller Dianne Chandler | Poet Daniel Healy
Storyteller Rita Cox
and host and artistic director, singer-storyteller Heather Whaley

Tickets $20 (HST incl.)
All proceeds go towards the creation and preservation of a legacy audio/visual archive of George’s stories.
Eventbrite - For the Love of George in Story and Song
For Door Reservations, contact Heather Whaley: hewhaley.storysong@gmail.com

Presented in partnership by
Durham Storytellers and Club Carib

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Acknowledgements

Storytelling Toronto acknowledges the support of the following:

  • Ontario Arts Council
  • Toronto Arts Council
  • Canada Council for the Arts
  • Canadian Heritage