library hosts an Amerindian stone-carving and storytelling workshop | Literature

GREENSBORO, NC (October 26, 2021) – As part of the One City, One Book community, the Greensboro Public Library will welcome award-winning author and storyteller Freeman Owle at 6 p.m. on Thursday, November 4 at the Central Library, 219 N. St. Owle’s Church will feature Stories of the Cherokee Nation and a stone carving workshop.

Owle, professional storyteller, artist and educator, will share the rich history, genealogies and oral traditions of the Cherokee Nation with stories collected over many years. As the elder of the Cherokee Nation, Freeman Owle has also mastered the Cherokee art of stone carving and workshop participants will have the opportunity to preserve their history by carving their own stone.

Owle has shared Cherokee history and culture throughout the Southeast for over twenty years. He sits on the board of directors of Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual and is one of the storytellers featured in the book. Living Stories of the Cherokee. Owle also appears in the video documentary The main people, broadcast on public television.

Supplies for the stone carving workshop are limited and advance registration is required. To register, contact Antuan Hawkins at 336-373-2169 or by E-mail. For more information on Library events and resources, visit:

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