Territory Tellers - The Statewide Storytelling Organization of Oklahoma

The ONLY state-wide organization for storytelling in the state of Oklahoma, Territory Tellers was organized in the 1980's to encourage storytellers, introduce stories to a wide audience and to keep alive the rich storytelling tradition that was already alive and vital by 1907 statehood.
The logo is blending of the outline of the fair state of Oklahoma and the Native American dreamcatcher. So in that logo are the rich native traditions and stories of the states strong Native American heritage and added are all the ethnic groups and cultural heritages who have also made this land their home. As Oklahoma storytellers we share a rich and wise corpus of stories and motifs bringing color and flavor to the traditional tales we love and the perosnal experience tales we share.
For more information, or if you want to join this non-profit group, visit their website at www.territorytellers.org
  • Ardmore: Word Weavers [SOUTH CENTRAL]
    Meetings: as called.Contact Valerie Kimble, vtkimble@brightok.net, 580-226-3980
  • Bartlesville: Tallgrass Tellers [NORTHEAST]
    Contact Fran Stallings
  • Lawton/Apache: [WEST CENTRAL]
    Irregular times for concerts.Contact Steve and Pat Kardaleff or Sam McMichael, chessam@pldi.net
  • City: Boomer Storytellers Toastmasters [CENTRAL]
    Meetings: first and third Mondays, 7:00 PM (dinner at 6:00 PM)Aloha Gardens, I-240 and S. PennContact Don Dillon, 405-354-7447, or Marge Smith, 405-685-9884
  • Tulsa: Tulsey Town Yarnspinners [NORTHEAST]
    Meetings: first Monday 7 p.m. Biscotti's Coffee House 28 E. Broadway, Sand Springs.Contact Darla L'Allier or tulseyty@yahoo.com NEW INFO: Tulsa: Tulsey Town Yarnspinners Sept. 30 & Nov 4, 2008 @ Zarrow Regional Library Tulsa, OK 6PMContact Connie Fisher at 918-241-9859

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