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The Wolf and the bear - The Storytellers Ken Quiet Hawk and Deborah New Moon Rising

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A Gathering for the Body, Mind & Spirit...sharing Native American Spirituality, multi-Cultural arts, music, storytelling and friendship. Bringing the walls down... to find the common ground of the People! Welcome to the fire The Storytellers Ken Quiet Hawk and Deborah New Moon Rising! Ken and Deborah married in 1966 during the height of very turbulent times in our world. After Quiet Hawk returned from his tour of duty in Vietnam, they raised two children, who in turn gifted them with grandchildren and now great grandchildren. Some of which are mentioned in some of their stories. Quiet Hawk and New Moon Rising are both of Abenaki descent. Together with all the stories and life’s lessons they have gathered, they are very popular storytellers at Pow Wows and Native gatherings. They have performed at concerts and schools throughout New England, as well as raveling the entire East Coast to share the teachings of the native peoples. Both Quiet Hawk and New Moon Rising believe that storytelling should be more than just entertainment. “Storytelling should be a means of teaching, teaching us all how to be better people." They have spent many years searching and researching for the stories that portray the true heart of the Native peoples. Only those stories that are suitable for all ages are performed in their teachings. With two nominations for the 2008 Native American Music Awards, And winning the 2008 NAMMY for the “Best Spoken Word Recording. With their 2009 NAMMY nomination, The Storytellers were invited to perform at the eleventh annual Native American Music Awards celebration party. Photobucket