Monthly House Concert Series

Wenlock Duane FreeTake part in this monthly house concert series that happens each month and expand your experience as a person who loves the creative arts. Storytelling itself could be new to you or this may be an art form celebrated daily in your home. No matter your experience with storytelling, house concerts can be intimate and relaxing or intense and elaborate depending on the host. Story Crossroads provides the professional storyteller who then performs at your house concert with superb delivery and flair.

Plan on the following House Concerts with April shared in more detail below–

Fri., April 26, 2019, 7:00pm-8:30pm featuring Wenlock Duane Free – Woodland Hills, UT

4th Annual Story Crossroads Festival on May 15, 2019 and Post-Festival concert for teens and adults on May 16, 2019 (click here for details)

Sat., June 1, 2019, 7:00pm-8:30pm featuring Dale H. Boam – Taylorsville, UT

July 2019 House Concert, TBA

Fri., August 16, 2019, 7:00pm-8:30pm featuring Thom Manning – West Jordan, UT

Sat., September 27, 2019, 7:00pm-8:30pm featuring Mary Louise Hughes – Salt Lake City (Cottonwood Heights), UT

Like fliers on House Concerts on April 26, 2019?

Full Page Flier–36th House Concert featuring Wenlock Duane Free–April 26, 2019

Quarter Fliers-36th House Concert featuring Wenlock Duane Free–April 26, 2019

Enjoy Details on April 26, 2019 House Concert?

Featured Story Artist:  Wenlock Duane Free

When: Friday, April 26, 2019 from 7:00pm-8:30pm hosted by the Skousens, 70 E. Broad Hollow Dr., Woodland Hills, UT  84653

RSVP:  Call/text Keri Skousen at (801) 836-5418 or email storycrossroads@gmail.com

Join us for the 36th House Concert!

Theme:  MORE Weird Relatives: Real Stories that May Be True

About Wenlock Duane Free & Concert:

All of us have relatives who do strange things. Some of the stories may change your mind about how weird your relatives are. Wenlock Duane Free is the first generation of his family not to work in the gold mines. His father, uncles, grandfather, etc. all worked in the mining business. This was the old fashioned hard-rock mining days. His father and brothers owned the mines. They lived in a small town in Nevada and spent time out in the mountains. Duane heard many stories around the campfire and at family gatherings. The stories Duane share are real and may even be true. Duane told on behalf of the Western Region at the National Storytelling Network Conference and continues to share his family’s tales.

Suggested Price:  $15.00+/person, $25.00+/couple or family, though any amount welcomed, best for ages 10+ and adults, you can donate whether or not you can attend by clicking here.

Details:  Refreshments served, Books and CDs available for purchase, all payment types accepted

Purpose:  This fundraiser event is held so the Story Crossroads Festival remains strong

Like to be a House Concert Host?

Story Crossroads House Concert Guidelines (click for pdf–best to print “to fit”)

Like to perform for an hour of specialty and polished story material at a House Concert?

Then email storycrossroads@gmail.com and share your proposed idea and your qualifications.