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Storyteller Julie Barnson to tell stories at Springville Senior Center

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r Julie Barnson has always been a storyteller. She just didn’t know it! She would tell stories to her friends on long car rides or on campouts. It wasn’t until she attended a storytelling class at Brigham Young University that she learned that you could actually BE a storyteller! Since then she has worked telling stories at schools, libraries, festivals, and other events.

Julie has been a leader with the Utah storytelling guild, both as a chapter president and a youth chapter president. She was a tour guide for the Salt Lake City ghost tours and the Centerville Cemetery tours. Spend some time listening to her stories and you will find the world is suddenly a bit more magical.

Julie will be telling stories, all containing riddles and solving riddles, at the Springville Senior Center (65 East 200 South) on Wednesday, April 3, at 6:00 p.m. The center welcomes everyone in the community to enjoy this event with Julie, and there is no charge. Call 801-489-8738 for further information.

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
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