Spirit of Oklahoma Storytelling Festival

Cooking up stories.

Chuck wagon chef, cowboy poet and tall tale teller Kent Rollins is the featured guest at this year's Spirit of Oklahoma Storytelling Festival. Courtesy Kent Rollins.

Chuck wagon chef, cowboy poet and tall tale teller Kent Rollins is the featured guest at this year’s Spirit of Oklahoma Storytelling Festival. Courtesy Kent Rollins.

Friday, June 13-Saturday, June 14

Storytelling is a true art, and the Territory Tellers brings some of the best storytellers around to Southern Nazarene University for a weekend of great yarns and heritage. The Spirit of Oklahoma Storytelling Festival runs both Friday, June 13, and Saturday, June 14, at the college, located at 6729 N.W. 39th Expressway, in Bethany. Well known for his chuck wagon cooking, cowboy poet and storyteller Kent Rollins is the featured performer at this this year’s festival, which also includes regional writers, musicians and western heritage workshops. Festival passes are $50-$70. For more information and a details schedule, visit www.territorytellers.org.



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