Spooky Storytelling in Hendersonville

September 18, 2008

Historic Johnson Farms is the place to be for spooky storytelling fun in Hendersonville, NC.

Do campfires remind you of marshmallow roasts and spooky stories?  If you visit the Historic Johnson Farm in Hendersonville from 7-9pm on Saturday, September 20th, you are in for a real treat.  Four of the area’s best storytellers will be featured in a night of unearthly fun.  Virginia “Blackfeather” Thompson specializes in Native American folklore and culture and has 30 years of professional storytelling experience.  Now retired, Lisa Whitfield was a music and art teacher for 31 years, during which, she loved telling her elementary students all sorts of stories.  And, last but not least, Johnson Farm coordinator Ingrid McNair and her husband, Jerry McNair, will tantalize your ears with “The Spooky House”, “No One Here But You” and “The Haunted House”.  Admission is only $4 for adults, $3 for K-12 students and preschool children will be admitted free.  Marshmallows will be provided for roasting over the campfire and hot dogs and drinks will be available for sale.  This is a fun way to spend a family evening.  So, come out to Historic Johnson Farms in Hendersonville this Saturday and get spooked in a fun way!


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