Friday, June 12, 2015
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Laughter, tears, fireworks, celebrations, stories. Whether it’s political, social, economical, personal, educational, around the world people celebrate their independence in many ways. Stories at the Storey invites you to share yours.
Stories at The Storey is an award winning nonfiction open-mic storytelling night and is looking for performers, students, community members, staff, visitors and anyone with a true story to share.
We are interested in true, engaging stories told well.
Join us as we share stories about letting go, setting off, growing up, being free, having it all or not…
If you have an engaging story that loosely explores the theme “independence” we would love to hear it.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or for a 3-5 minute slot.
Event brought to you by Yvonne and Naomi; sponsored by Grad College.
Date: June 25
Date: June 25
Time: 7 PM-8 PM Open Mic
Location: The Storey (The Music Room)
Stories at The Storey: Real people; Real Stories.
Light refreshments will be served.
Winner LUSU 2015 Community Project of the Year Award
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