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Stories with Paul Lynn - TEEG Benefit

Event Date: 
Saturday, November 24, 2012 - 8:00pm

Paul Lynn engages his audience with a combination of folksy humor and wry commentary. Regardless of the subject, Lynn said, “One thing is certain; Woodstock Yankees continue to look at life a tad differently than our urban friends.” Lynn has a master’s degree in American folk culture and history museum training from Cooperstown Graduate Programs. He has worked at Old Sturbridge Village in various craft/ballad-singing capacities for a number of years. Lynn has immersed himself at Pine Mountain Settlement School in the Southern Appalachian culture and tradition of songs and ballads including the accompanying instrument, the plucked dulcimer. Lynn has a notebook filled with hundreds of pages of stories, ready to be retold.

Tickets: $15

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