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7th Annual Native Storytelling Conference

Red Earth Descendants'
7th Annual Native Storytelling Conference
Featured Storyteller ~ Esther Stutzman, Kalapuya Tribe,
and many other indigenous storytellers
Sat, Dec 15, Noon - 8pm
with evening potluck community feast at 5pm
Bellview Grange Hall
1050 Tolman Creek Rd, Ashland

Evening Community Feast 5 p.m. (potluck please)
FREE to the public ~ we welcome everyone
drug and alcohol-free

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Come and enjoy stories from the various histories of the Native peoples of this land, and beyond!

The community is invited to share time, space and stories with Native storytellers, teachers and elders in Ashland's cozy Grange Hall for another day and evening of indigenous stories and a cultural gathering. It's a great chance to move away from the consumer-driver technological world and back into a the old way of people sharing time together. Our Storytelling Conference is ideal for all ages, please feel free to drop in anytime, come and go as your schedule allows, and take some time to enjoy a sacred, old tradition.

Esther Stutzman, acclaimed Kalapuya story-keeper, will once again be our featured storyteller and guest of honor! We are so pleased to once again bring her to Ashland to teach and give us some of her Peoples' stories.

Vendors are welcomed, but space is limited. If you would like a vendor space, please be in touch with us soon. R.E.D. will be organizing a raffle to help pay for the Storytelling Conference, so the cost for vendor space will be the equivalent of $20 in donated item(s) to help support the raffle.

Help is needed! Please be in touch with us:

Red Earth Descendants
541-941-5989, 541-890-3529