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Coyote Tales LIVE Storytelling

Presented by Coyote Tales at Ivins City Park, Ivins UT

Aug 21 2021
Coyote Tales LIVE Storytelling

Coyote Tales are true stories told live, onstage without notes, props or accompaniments. Stories told must be based on the evening’s theme and be told within five minutes.

Do you have an interesting story of overcoming an obstacle or persevering in the face of adversity? Perhaps there was a time when you snatched an unlikely victory from the certain jaws of defeat. We want to hear your story of defying the odds. But even if you just want to listen to the stories, come and enjoy a night of live storytelling and great bluegrass music under the stars at Ivins City Park.

We are excited to announce that Phyllis Barber, award winning author of “The Desert Between

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ADMISSION INFO

Get your story heard.

Saturday, August 21, 2021 8:00 PM

Free live storytelling event under the stars at Ivins City Park

Theme for the evening’s stories: “Triumph”

Email: coyotetalescontact@gmail.com

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

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LUNCH WITH THE AUTHOR

On August 22nd, Petite Feast will host a special Luncheon with invited storyteller and author, Phyllis Barber. During the luncheon, Phyllis will share her remarks, answer questions, and sign copies of her book. Reservations and tickets are required.

TICKETS: https://petitefeastutah.com/product/lunch-with-the-author-sunday-august-22-2021/

*Please know that all after expense proceeds from this event will benefit The DOVE Center of St. George, Utah.

Phyllis’ ninth book tells the story of camels bought in the Middle East by the U.S. Government in 1858. The animals were used to explore the possibility of a military road between Albuquerque and the Colorado River–a waterless terrain. A road was built later and became the origin of Route 66. The book’s main characters are Geoffrey Scott–an abolitionist/road builder, a camel named Adababa, a Mojave Indian who has a mixed history with Geoffrey Scott, an angry polygamist in St. Thomas, Nevada, and his third wife, Sophia Hughes, who becomes the female lead in a love triangle.

Copies of Phyllis Barber’s novel, “The Desert Between Us,” John Branch’s, “The Last Cowboys” and and number of Lyman Hafen’s works will be available for sale at August 21st’s Coyote Tales event and at The Book Bungalow beginning in August. The Book Bungalow is an independent bookstore located in downtown St. George at the corner of 100 West and Tabernacle Street. They are open Mondays through Saturdays from 10 am to 6 pm.

Everyone has a story — Victoria 

Coyote Tales events are sponsored by Petite Feast, Utah Humanities, Desert Dweller Realty, Kayenta Homes and Properties, & Zion Brewery Station 2. All proceeds from previous live events have been donated to local nonprofits.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

VIDEOS

  • TC Doyle shares his take on the theme, "LESSON LEARNED" on the Coyote Tales stage.

LOCATION

Ivins City Park

100 N Main Street, Ivins, UT 84738

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