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Timpanogos Storytelling Conference at BYU Feb. 10-11

Brigham Young University’s Department of Theatre and Media Arts will join with the City of Orem and BYU’s Division of Continuing Education to present the Sixth Annual Timpanogos Storytelling Conference Friday and Saturday, Feb. 10-11, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the BYU Conference Center.

Full conference tuition is $135 or $165 with college credit and includes lunch on both days. Single day tuition is $80 or $110 with college credit and includes lunch on that day. To register, call BYU Conferences and Workshops at (801) 422-2568 or visit www.timpfest.org.

This year’s festival will feature many premier storytellers from across the country including Donald Davis, Bil Lepp, Susa O’Halloran, Antonio Rocha and more. This conference can benefit everyone from a parent telling bedtime stories to a business professional hoping to enthrall an audience with a speech, or someone who just wants to capture and share his or her own family stories.

BYU employees and their spouses may be eligible for BYU tuition benefits for the conference; contact Emilee Barrett at (801) 422-2568 for details.

For more information, contact Tim Tanner at tim.tanner@byu.edu or (801) 422-5080. Complete descriptions of all conference workshops and events are available on-line at www.timpfest.org.

Writer: Charles Krebs

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