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Internationally known storyteller to perform at the Earl Scruggs Center

Connie Regan-Blake captivates the hearts and imaginations of people around the world, drawing in listeners with engaging humor and Southern charm. Ranging from hilarious traditional Appalachian Mountain tales to poignant true-life drama, Regan-Blake's stories will delight listeners of all ages.
One of the first to bring storytelling to the national stage, Connie Regan-Blake has received many awards for her artistry and efforts to preserve the age-old art of storytelling. She has been featured on seven award-winning recordings, two videos produced by PBS, and has performed at the nation's top folk music and storytelling festivals, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington, DC.
Join us at the Earl Scruggs Center on Saturday, May 18, at 2:00 p.m., for this wonderful opportunity to see one of the most celebrated storytellers traveling the world today. This program is free for members, for youth 17 and under, and with museum admission. Special admission pricing for International Museum Day applies.
Limited seating is available for this performance. Attendees are strongly encouraged to pre-register using the Earl Scruggs Center's website, http://earlscruggscenter.org/events.
International Museum Day
The Earl Scruggs Center is pleased to present this program as part of our celebration of International Museum Day on May 18. The theme for 2019 is "Museums as Cultural Hubs: the future of tradition."
Special admission prices will apply during the Center's normal operating hours of 10 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. All youth 17 and under will be admitted free and all others will receive half off regular admission. Visit www.earlscruggscenter.org for more information regarding International Museum Day programs.
The Earl Scruggs Center is located at 103 S. Lafayette Street, Shelby, NC 28150
Submitted by Mary Beth Martin


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