Storytelling is more than just entertainment.
Oral storytelling saves our history in a tender form that touches hearts and souls. Storytelling draws our hurried, scattered communities closer together.
2217 Oak Grove Road
Red Boiling Springs
Storytelling at Grandpa's House
Karen retells stories her dad has told her about his youth in the 1930s and 1940s in the rural hills of Tennessee. Some of the stories might be considered tall tales. But, Karen tells them like her dad did. Some of the tales include: “B.L. and Milt’s First Hunting Trip” and “The Queen of Luther Hollar”.
Stories of Christmas Past
Second Saturday in December
Some of the stories by our resident storyteller, Karen Anita Davis
Other Storytellers available at Grandpa's House:
Join us for Grandpa's House
beginning Saturday, December 12th
through Christmas Day.
Tune in each day a noon for a story, memory, carol and more by the friends of family of Grandpa's House.
Our Annual Christmas Open House and Storytelling is still live, if you dare to venture out, on Saturday, December 12th from 10am to 3pm. Drop in for a hot cup of cocoa, coffee or cider and a story or two.
Merry Christmas from the boys and girls in Grandpa's House!.
Pick up a copy or two of Karen's latest sharing: "Christmas at Grandpa's House" when shopping this holiday season.
Also available at the Step Back in Time Shop in Red Boiling Springs.