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Master's Class Offered by Storytellers
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. The Cape Girardeau Convention & Visitors Bureau announces details of a unique Master's class opportunity.
On April 3rd-5th, the second annual "Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival: Where the River Turns a Thousand Tales" will take place on the banks of the Mighty Mississippi River. Along with the three day festival, is an opportunity to have three of the nation's best storytellers enlighten festival-goers with their stories, teachings and philosophies with a one credit hour Master's class.
This three-session class, held Friday, April 3rd, will feature individual teachings by Bil Lepp, Andy Offutt Irwin and Bobby Norfolk--three of the Festival's famed tellers. Held at the Glenn Convocation Center located at Southeast Missouri State University's River Campus, this opportunity should not be missed
For credit and enrollment information, please visit www.capestorytelling.com/extras.html or call the Convention & Visitors Bureau at 800-777-0068.