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Lehi gears up for Timpanogos Storytelling Festival

By Sarah Harris daily Herald - | Sep 6, 2018
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A large crowd gathers at the Electric Park Pavilion to listen to the stories of Charlotte Blake Alston during the "Bedtime Stories" event, which was part of the larger Timpanogos Storytelling Festival on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi.

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A large crowd gathers at the Electric Park Pavilion to listen to the stories of Charlotte Blake Alston during the "Bedtime Stories" event, which was part of the larger Timpanogos Storytelling Festival on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi.

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People enjoy the stories told during the “Bedtime Stories” event, which was part of the larger Timpanogos Storytelling Festival on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi.

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A large crowd gathers at the Electric Park Pavilion to listen to the stories of Charlotte Blake Alston during the "Bedtime Stories" event, which was part of the larger Timpanogos Storytelling Festival on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi.

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A large crowd gathers at the Electric Park Pavilion to listen to the stories of Charlotte Blake Alston during the "Bedtime Stories" event, which was part of the larger Timpanogos Storytelling Festival on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017 at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi.

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A large crowd gathers at the Electric Park Pavilion to listen to the stories of Charlotte Blake Alston during the "Bedtime Stories" event, which was part of the larger Timpanogos Storytelling Festival on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017 at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi.

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A large crowd gathers at the Electric Park Pavilion to listen to the stories of Charlotte Blake Alston during the "Bedtime Stories" event, which was part of the larger Timpanogos Storytelling Festival on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017 at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi.

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A large crowd gathers at the Electric Park Pavilion to listen to the stories of Charlotte Blake Alston during the "Bedtime Stories" event, which was part of the larger Timpanogos Storytelling Festival on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017 at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi.

People from across the United States and Canada will gather in Lehi this week for the 2018 Timpanogos Storytelling Festival.

The annual festival is “one of the nation’s premiere storytelling events,” according to the Timpanogos Storytelling Institute, featuring a variety of performers and stories Thursday through Saturday at the Ashton Gardens at Thanksgiving Point, 3900 Garden Drive, Lehi.

More information, a full schedule of Timpanogos Storytelling Festival events, and tickets and passes, priced from $8-$135, are available online at timpfest.org.

Sarah Harris

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