Story Telling

In the cold, dark winters of old Scandinavia, storytellers were held in high esteem because of their ability to spin tales of adventure, romance, and war providing a welcome diversion from everyday tasks. Eager listeners stared into the flames while images of magical conquests swept through their minds and inflamed their imaginations.

Over time, electronic entertainments seem to have shuffled storytellers off to the pages of history books, except for special events such as Ephraim's Scandinavian Heritage Festival.

Drawing on the old and cherished tradition of storyteller Hans Christian Andersen, storytelling has expanded to include pioneer stories and other folktales from various tellers who love the craft.

 More On Hans Christian Andersen
 Meet Our Storytellers
 

Storytelling Festival Schedule

 
Friday
 
 

1:30 - Marcus and Andy Bahlmann
2:00 - Josh Peterson
2:15 - Beth Hughes
2:30 - Emily Frischknecht
2:45 - Kyler Nelson
3:00 - MHS Improv Team



 
Saturday
 
 

11:30 Clyde Bailey
12:00 - Enoch Eddy
12:15 - Bethany Clark
12:30 - Sydney Howell/Aubreigh McGregor
1:00 - Birkley Ross
1:30 - Mailey Bolger
1:45 - Josh Peterson
2:00 - MHS Improv Team