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William Schmitt@Vienna Maryville
10/18/2019 @ 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Inspired as much by Thoreau as Guthrie, sounding like a mixture of John Denver, Shakey Graves and Paul Simon, and accompany himself with a parlor guitar and homemade electric suitcase kick drum, William Schmitt is an exuberant young folk singer from rural Iowa. His songs exude a passion for life expressed through autobiographical reflection and nature based metaphor. He has performed over 400 concerts across the USA and has hiked the entire Appalachian and Pacific Crest Trails.
This evening, William will be releasing his new album, Ephemeral Parade by William and the Wildflowers, which was recorded in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
10/19/2019 @ 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Vienna Coffee House, 212 College St, Maryville, TN 37804, USA
Brewing Coffee at Home: Learn some tips and techniques to make better coffee at home. You'll get to try a variety of coffees on a variety of devices.
SPOOKY STORIES w/the Smoky Mountain Storytellers@Vienna Maryville
10/19/2019 @ 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
The Smoky Mountain Storytellers bring HALLOWEEN to life with some SPOOKY TALES at Vienna Coffee House, 212 College St, Maryville! Come in for hot coffee, sweet desserts. Free Parking. Donations Gratefully Accepted. smokymountaintellers.org.
Come enjoy an evening of tales!
Coffee and desserts available. Free Parking. Donations Gratefully Accepted. Info at Facebook: Smoky Mountain Storytellers Association, website: www.smokymountaintellers.org.Smoky Mountain Storytellers Association is affiliated with National Storytelling Networks, International Storytelling Center and Tennessee Storytelling Association. It has been a non-profit corporation in Tennessee since 1994. Professional Storytellers entertain and educate in schools, churches, festivals, resorts and universities. SMSA members performances are available for your event.www.smokymountaintellers.org
Until you experience a storyteller who can take to you to worlds away, bring you back changed, you don’t know the power of Storytelling. Smoky Mountain Storytellers Association is a non-profit that has been spinning tales around Knoxville since 1994. Our members are a diverse group. We have told stories all over the world. We enjoy gathering to share what we’ve learned, how to entertain, and mostly, making people laugh.
All performers are members of National Storytelling Network, Jonesborough, TN, Volunteer State Tellers, Nashville, and Smoky Mountain Storytellers Association, Knoxville. All are non-profit organizations registered in Tennessee.