Stories for the Irish in Me! A Celtic connection to Appalachia
” Stories for the Irish in Me! ”
Appalachian storyteller Judy Baker celebrates the Celtic Connection of the region and St. Patrick’s Day with 3 folktales for ALL AGES
” Wicked John and the Devil ” “As Meat Loves Salt” and ” Jack and the King’s Daughter”
Facebook and You Tube Premier is March 12, 2021
To discover more about Judy Baker on her Facebook page, Judy Baker Storyteller, or http://www.tellyouastory.com.
This project was made possible through a grant by:
Tennessee Placemaking Partnership
The Tennessee Placemaking Project is a collaborative pilot project between Thrive Regional Partnership, Tennessee Arts Commission, Southeast Tennessee Development, and the Lyndhurst Foundation. The project is designed to support local communities as they scale up strategies that leverage local arts and cultural assets for economic vibrancy and growth throughout the greater Chattanooga region. To learn more, visit www.thriveregionalpartnership.org/projects/tn-placemaking-partnership.
Thriving Communities is a creative placemaking program of Thrive Regional Partnership designed to leverage local arts and culture assets for economic vibrancy and growth throughout the greater Chattanooga region. To learn more, visit www.ThriveRegionalPartnership.org/Thriving-Communities.
Thrive Regional Partnership
Thrive Regional Partnership inspires responsible growth through conversation, connection, and collaboration across the tri-state greater Chattanooga region. To learn more visit www.thriveregionalpartnership.org.