Vernal Utah's Storytelling Festival returns

Vernal Utah's Storytelling Festival returns
Posted on 03/03/2021
This is the image for the news article titled Vernal Utah's Storytelling Festival returnsThe Vernal Utah’s Storytelling Festival is back!

This year's festival, which runs March 25-27, will be presented virtually, with stories from Dovie Thomason, Tim Lowry and Laura Deal.

Links for stories for upper elementary grades and secondary students will be available for viewing. The stories will be 10 to 15 minutes each.

The Thursday evening performance is FREE!

The Friday evening performance is $10 per household. Sign up on Eventbrite (

The symposium will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for secondary students and teachers. MIDAS credit will be available for teachers.

The symposium cost is by donation only for Uintah School District secondary students and teachers; however, you need to sign up on Eventbrite (

Find Vernal Utah’s Storytelling Festival Facebook page for information on tickets!
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