Off Site Event - Coyote Tales

  • Posted on: 2 February 2024
  • By: TanyaMills

Headshot of author Kim Foster          Cover of Kim Foster's "The Meth Lunches"

We'll be at the Center for Performing Arts at Kayenta for another evening of "Coyote Tales." This time, along with books on story and storytelling, we're offering the latest book from author Kim Foster, who is a James Beard Award-winning food writer. She will be one of the presenters.

James Beard Award–winning author Kim Foster will be sharing her story Friday, February 9th on the Coyote Tales stage. In her new book, "The Meth Lunches," Kim reveals a new portrait of hunger and humanity in America. There is no doubt she will throw down an amazing take on the evening's theme, MAKING PEACE. Singer/songwriter, David Lindes and local artist and storyteller, Matt Clark will be joining Kim on stage along with seven other brave audience members who intend to toss their name in the hat in the hope of sharing their Tales. This is a one event that you don't want to miss. The evening begins with a lively pre-show party included in your ticket price - all ticket holders are welcome! Petite Feast will be providing upscale finger foods like, roasted carrot pigs in a blanket, green chili tostada bites, Texas caviar with tortilla chips and everyone's favorites, Kayenta Crack, salted caramel brownies and chocolate dipped coconut macaroons.  And, be sure to belly up to the bar provided by Kayenta Homes and Properties.  100% of your ticket price will benefit CFAK and KAF Pre-party and bluegrass music start @ 6:30. Stories start at 7:30. Ticket are $20 @ 

https://kayentaarts.org/portfolio/coyote-tales-making-peace

If you are interested in getting on stage for this event, please contact Victoria through the contact link on the Coyote Tales website.

Coyote Tales events are sponsored and paid for by Petite Feast, Utah Humanities, Utah Division of Arts and Museums and Kayenta Homes and Properties. They are grateful for the generous in-kind support provided by Desert Dweller Realty, SBDance and The INN at Santa Clara. All proceeds from previous events have been donated to local nonprofits and all outdoor events have been free.

Event address: 
Center for the Arts at Kayenta
881 Coyote Gulch Circle
Ivins, UT 84738
The Meth Lunches: Food and Longing in an American City By Kim Foster Cover Image
$30.00
ISBN: 9781250278777
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: St. Martin's Press - October 10th, 2023