CAC Annual Possum Town Tales
Here is your chance!
Stories and storytelling are at the heart of our human experience.
They keep us tied together as families and communities.
Listening to stories promotes learning and self discovery.
Come explore the power of stories and the places they can transport you.
Thank you to all who attended Festival 2017! We look forward to seeing you at 2018's festival on Friday & Saturday, September 28 & 29!
Adams learned to sing from her great-aunt Dellie Chandler Norton and other notable singers in the community such as Dillard Chandler and the Wallin Family (including NEA National Heritage Fellow Doug Wallin). She began performing in public in her teens and, throughout her career she has performed at festivals, events, music camps, and workshops around this country and the United Kingdom.
In 1975, Adams graduated from Mars Hill College. In 2003 she was named Alumna of the Year and later received a LifeWorks recognition in appreciation for her shared commitment to service and responsibility, presented at the college's LifeWorks 150 Alumni Celebration in April 2007.
After teaching in the North Carolina public schools for seventeen years, Adams turned to full-time music and storytelling.
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