Around Town Tellers weave tales for Nanaimo audiences

NANAIMO - The Around Town Tellers kicks off its fall season Friday (Sept. 9) in Nanaimo.

Around Town Tellers present a night of stories relating to the theme: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Friday (Sept. 9).

Around Town Tellers start their fall season this Friday (Sept. 9).

Audience members can hear stories relating to the theme: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? The evening is hosted by Ann Ronald and features stories by Christine Clarke-Johnsen, Sandy Cole, Deborah Goodman, Laurie Hutchinson and Barbara Smith.

Marty Howe and the Atkinson brothers will provide the music for the evening show.

The story session runs from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at the Unitarian Fellowship of Nanaimo hall, located at 595 Townsite Rd.

Refreshments are available by donation.

Tickets are $5 and are available at the door.

For more information e-mail aroundtowntellers@gmail.com or go to www.aroundtowntellers.com.

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