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Storytelling festival coming to Downs

Storytelling, as we know it, began with the advent of man and woman on the earth.
Before we learned to write, we learned to rely on our memory to learn anything. For this, we had to be a good listener.
Why?
To tell the story we’d just heard.
A good story teller is always in demand and respected. He or she can easily find an audience, eager to devour every exciting bit of information in the stories.
When people traveled, they shared these stories with others. When they returned home, they brought with them exciting new tales of exotic ...


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