Our Annual Mariposa Storytelling Festival brings you the Best Storytelling Performances every 2nd Weekend in March! This year (2014) marks the 27th Annual Storytelling Festival! Call us at (800) 903-9936 to order tickets or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be on our mailing list. This year’s brochure, which includes schedule and registration information, may be downloaded by clicking on the links below.
Teachers! Festival attendance can earn you a unit. Click here for more details.
New This Year — Story Slam
On Saturday at 12:4o pm, the Mariposa Storytelling Festival is proud to be hosting the release of Inspiring Generations, 150 Years, 150 Stories commemorating the 150 anniversary of the signing of the Yosemite Grant. This book was conceived, created, and published by the Yosemite Conservancy in collaboration with the 150th Yosemite Grant Anniversary Committee and the National Park Service. These reflections from generations of visitors range from the hilarious to the historical, the enlightening to the uplifting. The stories recall, among other experiences, treks up Half Dome, escapades at The Ahwahnee, revels at the long-gone firefall, and, yes, encounters with those bears. Inspiring Generations will encourage many more journeys to the park filled with family, friends, and the stuff memories are made of. This event is FREE to all and will be held in the High School Library.
2014 Stortelling Brochure (front) Includes information about each Storyteller.
2014 Storytelling Brochure (back) Includes schedule and registration information.
The Mariposa Storytelling Festival would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors.
Madeline and Elliott Taft • Yosemite Bug Resort & Spa • Foster True Value • Mariposa Subway • Starchman & Bryant, Attorneys At Law • Mariposa Friends of the Library • Sue Overstreet • Silver Fox Vineyard • Happy Burger Diner • Mariposa Family Medicine • Soroptimist International of Mariposa • Jacque and Ken Meriam • Dr. and Mrs. Michael Adams • River Rock Inn & Deli Cafe • Petunia’s Place • Kris Schenk and Mary Ann Johnson