Athens Alabama Storytelling Festival

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Real Estate Agent with Exit Leon Crawford Realty

Athens Alabama Storytelling Festival
By: Kimberly Grant, Huntsville Real Estate Agent
Huntsville/Madison AL Real Estate Blog

Have you heard about the Athens Storytelling Festival??  Well, if not, I'm here to let you know!  When I heard Storiesabout this I thought what a great event.  It will be held on the Marion Street side of the Limestone County Courthouse.  The Festival will be October 26 and 27 from 10 am to 10 pm.  There will be lunch and dinner breaks during the day.  Tickets for the festival are $20 per day or $30 for the entire event.

ghostAlso, after the festival is over on October 26th, there will be ghost stories told in Big Springs Memorial Park!!  WOO...might be too scary for me!  Tickets for the Friday night ghost stories are $5 each.

You can get tickets from Pablo's or Limestone County Chamber of Commerce Tourism Office.  Volunteers are also needed to help with the event.  Any student volunteers must be 15 years of age or older.  If you would like to volunteer, you can email elm@pclnet.net for more information.

Huntsville Real Estate

Kimberly Grant
Realtor, Exit Leon Crawford Realty
Athens Alabama Homes for Sale

Comments (10)

Jim Little
Ken Meade Realty - Sun City, AZ
Your Sun City Arizona Realtor
Are they ghost stories, or good old time stories in general? I love listening to a good Southern story teller. That, and wishing I could get decent country ham and red eye gravy in Arizona makes me wish I could go there for a couple of days.
Oct 17, 2007 11:32 AM
Kimberly Grant
Exit Leon Crawford Realty - Huntsville, AL
Real Estate Agent - Huntsville Alabama
During the day are just good old time stories and then the ghost stories are after the end of the festival on Friday night!!  Country ham and red eye gravy is an old southern favorite.  You are making me hungry Jim!!
Oct 17, 2007 11:40 AM
Julie Neerings~Lifting Hearts ♥ Building Dreams~
Agent Referral - Salt Lake City, UT
Kimberly-maybe Alabama isn't too far away for me. :))  This looks like so much fun for the family.  I hope you and everybody in your community enjoy your time at the festival.
Oct 17, 2007 12:53 PM
Marchel Peterson
Results Realty - Spring, TX
Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro
Kimberly, I am a HUGE reader so that sounds like so much fun.  I wanted my children to have the same love of reading as me and at age 22 and 25 they do.  Anything that can promote reading is GREAT!!!
Oct 17, 2007 01:47 PM
Charles Woodall
CENTURY 21 Key Realty - Dothan, AL

I hear a group of REALTORS are going to get together afterward to tell horror stories about their respective markets.

Just kidding of course. I enjoy reading your blog.

Oct 18, 2007 08:25 AM
Birmingham Alabama Real Estate, Stephen Wolfe
LivingInBirmingham.com - Birmingham, AL
Kimberly, while I really enjoy your market updates and subdivision spotlights, this is great stuff to. I keep on hearing (around Birmingham) that Huntsville really has some great things happening. Now, I see what they are talking about.
Oct 18, 2007 01:29 PM
Darleen McCullen
Raleigh, NC
Broker - Raleigh, NC Real Estate
Hi Kimberly, the Storytelling Festival sounds like fun! It has prompted me to look around to see if there's anything in my area like that.
Oct 18, 2007 04:15 PM
Mana Tulberg
805 County Real Estate - Camarillo, CA
Real Estate Agent - Camarillo CA
Kimberly, How fun. I used to be the story teller (once a week) at our local library. I loved seeing the look on the kids faces as I read them Halloween stories.
Oct 19, 2007 02:59 AM
Cynthia Tilghman, Realtor® Onslow County NC Home Specialist
Kingsbridge Realty, Inc - Hubert, NC
Hi Kimberly,
That would be loads of fun, I love a good ghost story.  I hope the turnout is good.
Oct 19, 2007 08:42 AM
Anonymous
Shoalanda Speaks

Lovely blog! Here's a link to an Athens story you might enjoy.

 

http://limestonehaunting/blogspot.com/

Sep 25, 2010 06:23 AM
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