Storytelling with Ed Stivender

On February 5, 2009, in Pigeon Forge Tennessee, Pottery House Café will be hosting nationally recognized storyteller Ed Stivendor. If you have the time or if you are just in the planning stages of your Pigeon Forge vacation, the storytelling event will be worth attending for your entire family. Vacationers of all ages will enjoy Ed Stivendor at his finest at this Pigeon Forge Event.

Ed Stivender, sometimes called the Robin Williams of storytelling, has been story telling since 1977. He started this career full-time shortly after he left his day job as a high school teacher in Connecticut. Ed has appeared in schools, churches, coffeehouses, theaters and major storytelling events around the nation. The National Storytelling Association inducted Ed into its “Circle of Excellence” in 1996.

This Pigeon Forge event will be held at The Old Mill Pottery House Café & Grille. The Pottery House can be found at The Old Mill Square off of Old Mill Avenue at traffic light #7. Not only is the storytelling event being held here, but The Old Mill Square is a must see for the entire family. What a way to kill two birds with one stone.

For more information about ED Stivendor in Pigeon Forge TN or our Pigeon Forge cabins, please call our reservation staff.