Jonesborough Yarn Exchange Radio Show will lift audience spirits in a heartwarming performance filled with the true tales from the “Greatest Generation” on Monday July 24th at 7p.m. at the International Storytelling Center.
The show is based on stories from Washington County residents who came up during the hard times of the Great Depression and World War II– people who found a way to make use of and appreciate everything they had. Their determination not to be defeated even when all seemed bleak. They somehow found the glimmer of hope needed to come out of those dark days. Their experiences shaped the better part of the twentieth century, and provide powerful examples of what it is to live in gratitude.
Joining the cast of the Jonesborough Yarn Exchange this month will be singer and songwriter Dustin Miller, performing music from his new album.
Tickets for the live stage performance of the Jonesborough Yarn Exchange Radio Show are $5 and available by calling the Jonesborough Visitors Center at 423-753-1010 or online at Jonesborough.com.
For more information, contact Jules Corriere at 423-794-6320.