Giving TUESDAY 2021

Reaching out to 4K + Visitors, Just To Say Thank You. So happy that we caught your eye. However, Now- Today-The rules are cleared… By Now, You Know what We Do, What we’ve Done for 20 years. TODAY is the day WE can say _ Please, Dig Deep_ – ohhhhh if this were church, I could lock the doors… But for Now. I can only say – your donation is tax deductible in accordance with the law in your locality. (Hearts) Please Give-what you can… in any way You can: cashapp-$JUSTUSarts612 • • PayPal or Mail a check to EECU 1253 N. Little School Rd Kennedale, Texas 76017

Boat Ride – a collaboration with Tony Jones

what is storytelling • 7/29 @6:30p story creation and sharing. Southeast Arlington Library • Family Audience – arts & education, traditional folk art.


Imagine the magic of hearing the rhythm and then It makes you move! join us JUSTUSarts for Storytelling, Drama, Spoken Word, and Poetry. Programs available year-round, all ages.

Come out, bring the family for an interactive experience with Oba William King, author, storyteller, national touring artist. “Oba King’s story shows are incredibly engaging.” We share laughter, connect with one another, experience the rhythm of spoken word, and learn about the tradition of the Griot, the art of Storytelling. Folk Tales and Animal Tails – with original music and Djembe drum. All Ages All Welcome./ Free Admission – Tell a friend –

Live+Virtual Storytelling Time. @ Saginaw Public Library ( Eagle Mountain ) Tickets Available

“Oba was a tour de force for The Ray Bradbury Storytelling Festival. Oba William King recently received fine reviews as an exchange place storyteller at the National Storytelling Festival. The National Storytelling Festival is the country’s premier venue for storytellers. Next up, Oba will be a featured performer at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. ” ~ Jim May, Award-Winning Nationally Touring Storyteller
“King pounded drums, recited poetry, told African stories and leapt around the stage with an infectious energy that soon had the audience swaying and shouting.” ~ The Eagle, Bryan-College Station, Texas
“King called upon his background in Shakespeare, dance, poetry and underground theater to include sound effects, mime, comedy and music. At times, he channeled Bill Cosby, The Three Stooges and Mister Rogers. Although King’s work is inspired by ancestral art forms, it would only be part of the story to label King an African storyteller.” ~The Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois
“He has a gift for engaging young people of all age groups,” ~ Toni Simmons, Zula B. Wylie Public Library, Cedar Hills, Texas
“One of the best children’s tellers I have ever seen” ~ Linda Goodman, Nationally Acclaimed Storyteller
“Students and adults are engaged and inspired by Oba…” ~ Robert Eriksen, Sun Foundation