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The Maine Storytellers Festival

Maine Storytellers
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The Maine Storytellers Festival is Maine's most active performing arts organization dedicated to Maine's traditional art of storytelling.

Throughout the year the Maine Storytellers Festival, with the help of our corporate sponsors, stages a series of ten evenings of Maine humor and stories at theaters and halls from Kennebunk to Camden. Funds raised at these popular sold-out events are used to sponsor such things as our popular Stories in the Schools program - one of many worthwhile projects sponsored annually by our organization.

The goals of the Maine Storytellers Festival are simple: use "gifted, professional storytellers to draw and entertain enthusiastic audiences, while passing ahead to Maine people the unique stories of our state, and to let these audiences experience the magic created when a skilled storyteller spins a classic Maine yarn!"

While having the time of their lives, folks at our festivals not only come away laughing , they also come away with a deeper appreciation of our state's unique heritage.

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The Maine Storytellers Festival
14 Quebec St. Apt #2
ME 04101 US

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