Wenatchee River Institute Red Barn Event: Adventures in Storytelling
There are so many tales to tell –wildlife encounters, adventures of derring-do, family trip high jinks, and experiences that have forever changed lives. Wenatchee River Institute is hosting an evening of storytelling in the Red Barn on Thursday, Nov. 7, 7-8:30PM. Come out to listen and imagine as local storytellers, from a wide range of backgrounds and adventures, share their own short stories.
The evening’s storytellers to include: Andy Dappen’s The ethical quandaries caused by a dead man, Carolyn Griffin-Bugert’s Love, bicycle touring and a cyclone, Marlene Farrell’s Taking the first step, thanks to crickets and ants, Kevin Farrell’s Seeing Eye-to-Eye with a Whale, Chandra Llewellyn’s Life lessons from invasive rats, endangered coconut crabs and itchy mangos, and Selina Danko’s Lost in the fog: A Case Study in Lost Person Behavior.
Stories are certain to be edge-of-the-seat gripping, sharp-intake-of-breath surprising, and generate moments of deep introspection. Be prepared to laugh, cry, and walk away with ideas for new adventures of your own!
This is an exciting NEW Red Barn Event, 347 Division St. in Leavenworth, with more Adventures in Storytelling sure to follow. Doors open at 6:30pm for community social and no-host refreshments, stories begin at 7:00pm. Questions? Call (509)548-0181 x2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wenatcheeriverinstitute.org / Community Experiences / Red Barn Events
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