SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2019 9:30-11:30 AM
Tucson Tellers of Tales February meeting features Ron Lancaster and Ethel Lee-Miller. They’ll share stories that will open you up to the humor in life.
It feels good to laugh. Laughter promotes an overall sense of well-being. Smiles and laughter provide a hefty non-verbal connection. Q&A, books for sale. Light refreshments will be served.
COME LAUGH WITH US!
Where: 1200 N. El Dorado Place Suite B-200 Harmony Meeting Room Tucson AZ (Eastside). $5.00 donation requested.
Why: It’s fun; laughter decreases stress; we want you to come.
How: Come on over, park in any of the ample spaces, make the suggested donation of $5.00, grab some refreshments, meet up with friends (new and old), have a seat, and get ready to laugh.
“The way to the heart is through the funny bone.”
Ethel Lee-Miller continues her love affair… with words, resulting in two published books, several anthologies, writing workshops, storytelling events, 100s of blog essays, and Facebook posts. She loves to read, write, hike, be with people, and laugh. This is her first collaboration with Ron.
Ron Lancaster has been telling stories out of school since he was out of school. He had both a radio and TV show called “Stories for the Whole Family.” His specialty is gentle stories for the heart laced with laughter and deep thought. Raised up a good Catholic boy around a whole passel of siblings here in Tucson, but he wised up in Los Angeles while toiling on the outskirts of fame as a comedian.
Hosted by Tucson Tellers of Tales. TOT is a non-profit organization that believes stories need nurturing to live. Our purpose is to preserve oral literature through promotion of the art of storytelling. And it’s done in a thoroughly entertaining and supportive way. Check the website https://tellersoftalestucson.com