Tampa/Hillsborough County Storytelling Festival

2018 Featured Teller: Kuniko Yamamoto

Teaching Storytelling

Coaching Manual

Thanks to a grant from the Arts Council of Hillsborough County and the Junior League of Tampa, Inc., storytelling coaching manuals are..

Spotlight your festival-quality storytellers!

Spotlight your festival-quality storytellers!

Let your Festival Quality Storytellers know you are proud of them and give them opportunities to continue to polish their stories before..

So everybody’s learned a story … now what?

So everybody’s learned a story … now what?

Stage a Mini-Festival! Invite parents or other classes to your Evaluation session. This showcases for the parents what the class has been..

38th Festival Flyer

38th Festival Flyer

Contact Us

M. Falvey
c/o Tampa-Hillsborough County Library
102 E. 7th Avenue
Tampa, FL 33602
info@tampastory.org
813-204-2659

What the Festival contributes:

Training the teachers …

Teaching the students how to tell stories involves school and public librarians, recreation department leaders, teachers, and parents. Children from kindergarten through twelfth grade are involved as tellers. Evaluating the student storytellers at mini-festivals involves school administration, county and city recreational personnel, parents, and community volunteers.

See a Map


Robert W. Saunders, Sr. Public Library, Home of the 38th Annual Hillsborough County-Tampa Storytelling Festival: 1505 Nebraska Ave., Tampa, FL 33602

Countdown!

hourglass-119 days and counting until the 38th Annual Storytelling Festival is here!

What they’re saying:

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“This [Festival] is a wonderful opportunity to see and hear storytelling at its best by some terrific young talent. Great job Storytellers!”

— Deanna Long, Festival Attendee

In Memory

Virginia RiversThe Annual Tampa-Hillsborough County Storytelling Festival is dedicated to the memory of Virginia Rivers