Friday, August 26, 2011

Grand Opening!

Artist, actor and story teller, Santo Cervello, is creating a Jelling Stone in front of the new “Actor’s Corner Center” in Solvang, which is stirring the curiosity of passersby. Historically Jelling Stones are ancient Danish ruinstones dating back to the 10th century in Jelling, Denmark.
Meet the artist, and the artistic creator of  the museum at the Grand Opening of the Jelling Stone Museum from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 17 and 18, where storytelling presentations will be performed throughout the two days.
Join Cervello as he tells the story of a nine-year-old boy who lives his dream.”Andrew, the Jelling Stone Seeker” is a fantasy, interactive, family event which begins from the moment guests enter the museum. Visitors, both young and old, must follow the safe and rocky pathway where they meet the Lamplighter, Soro Queen of the Garbage Lane and then everyone receives a silver map hidden within the magic box.
“Come and play in the land of the imagination,” said Cervello.
Tickets are $10.
The Jelling Stone Museum is at 439 2nd Street, across from Theaterfest in Solvang.
Courtesy of Santa Ynez Valley News, photo by Pamela Dozois

For more information, performance times, or to book a private program, call Grace at: 805- 686-2409 or email us:

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