Events shown depend on Covid requirements, may require mask and social distancing on date of event. Events may be cancelled or rescheduled, please verify before attending.

ASC Meetings – 3rd Monday of Month at 7p.m (except when we have a party or picnic on the previous Sunday). Meetings are Currently on Zoom. Please contact for an invitation and registration.

Monday, October 18, ASC Meeting, 7p.m.

Saturday, October 23,7-9p.m. Black Mountain Center for the Arts Show -Tickets $12. Featuring:  Papa Joe, Sandra Gudger, Roy Harris, and Nancy Reeder with Emcee Lee Lyons.

Stories have shaped and described human endeavors on earth since the first caveperson gathered everyone around the fire to describe the Mastodon hunt. Today stories are used in every aspect of our lives – entertainment, business, health care, teaching, and everything else you can think of. The Asheville Storytelling Circle (ASC) motto is,

If you have a life, you have a story.

Tonight, four members of the Circle will entertain/enlighten/educate you with a wide variety of stories that will touch your hearts and make you think.


Monday, November 15, 7p.m. ASC Monthly Meeting

Sunday, November 21 3-5p.m.Tellabration! – at the Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Tickets $10 Featuring:  Kim Weitkamp Gum, Charlie St. Clair, Catherine Yael Serota, Chandler Willis and Elena Diana Miller with Roy Harris, EmCee.

Sunday, Nov 28, 7-8p.m. Holiday Stories for Children of all Ages at the Black Mountain Center for the Arts Tickets $10 Featuring: Santa Claus, Chet Allen, Kathy Gordon, and Vixi Jill Glenn with Santa as Emcee.

There is no better way to hold the attention of children than with stories. This afternoon, Santa will Emcee an hour of wonderful stories for children and you just might be surprised how we adults are captivated right along with them.

Many of Our Performers include links to upcoming events on their directory pages.

The Asheville Storytelling Circle (ASC) is a non-profit organization (501c3) of folks who love stories. Some of the members are professional tellers, others are amateur tellers, and still others just love listening to stories. However, all are interested in cultivating the traditional art of storytelling. The Circle (ASC) is affiliated with the North Carolina Storytelling Guild (NCSG) and the National Storytelling Network (NSN).
Our monthly story circle meetings are filled with great stories. New members and guests are always welcome to attend and tell a story. The Circle also sponsors two storytelling programs each year at the Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway: TELLABRATION!™ in November and a Spring Show in May.

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