Everyone likes to hear a good story, and Donald Davis has plenty of them to tell. A native of Waynesville, North Carolina, and a Davidson College alumnus, Davis is nationally-known as a storyteller and author, with roots in Appalachian storytelling. Before becoming a professional storyteller, he spent over twenty years as a Methodist minister. He has recorded over 25 storytelling albums, written several books, and has appeared on NPR, CNN and other broadcasts. Because of his long career as a teller and his promotion of the importance of storytelling through seminars and master classes, he is recognized as a master storyteller and has been called the "dean of storytelling."
Admission is FREE and no tickets or reservations are necessary. The Cultural Arts Center is located at 307 West Gay Street, Lancaster. This event is sponsored by the Lancaster County Society for Historical Preservation, the Craig Farm Historic Preservation Foundation, and the Lancaster County Council of the Arts. For more details, call LCSHP President, John Craig, at (347) 604-2179 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.