Civil War Storytelling with Carole Shelton

Storyteller Carole Shelton of MO-Tell will give a vivid presentation about the Civil War. 

Doors open at 6:30 pm. Program begins at 7 pm.

Carole Shelton is a storyteller, an author and a retired educator. She tells stories with a hint of music from around the world. As part of her repertoire she has researched and crafted historical first person portrayals of African American women. Her stories and characters come alive and she encourages audience participation. Carole believes stories have the ability to inspire, empower, and open worlds of possibilities for the listeners and the tellers.

This lecture is part of the Curtis Laws Wilson Library's summer-long exposition on the Civil War. The exposition features a summer-long art exhibit of Missouri artist, Dan Woodward's work. 

Friday, July 27 at 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Curtis Laws Wilson Library, 2nd Floor Gallery
400 W. 14th St., Rolla, MO 65409

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