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Sharing stories in Lake Placid

The Adirondack Storytelling Guild meets for the first time tonight (7 pm) at the Lake Placid Library. Its goal is to build a storytelling community of people who appreciate stories and helping each other become better tellers. Todd Moe spoke with Tupper Lake storyteller Fran Yardley, one of the organizers of tonight's guild meeting.  Go to full article

People: Storyteller Fran Yardley

Todd Moe talks with Adirondack storyteller Fran Yardley. It's a conversation and story about Fran's father from her latest collection of stories, Beyond My Father's Shadow.  Go to full article

People: Storyteller Fran Yardley

Todd Moe talks with Adirondack storyteller Fran Yardley. It's a conversation and story about Fran's father from her latest collection of stories, Beyond My Father's Shadow.  Go to full article

Meet the Masters: Ham Ferry, Storyteller, Seveys Corners

Ham Ferry earned the reputation of being an authentic Adirondacker and a consummate storyteller. Ham's Inn, a small bar located at Sevey's Corners near Childwold, was Ferry's natural setting and the spot where he held listeners rapt for hours on end. Much of the material for Ham Ferry's stories came from his life as a woodsman, lumberman, and a wilderness guide.  Go to full article

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