Maine Historical Society and Maine Storytelling Muster Partner for Storytelling Event
July 16, 2018
The Maine Historical Society and the Maine Storytelling Muster, supported by a grant from the Alfred Senter Fund, welcome fans of storytelling to a Muster Seed Storytelling event on Saturday, August 4th.
The program includes:
• Workshops including: “In My Own Words”, “The Nuts and Bolts of Storytelling” and “Preserving Your Maine Story”
• Demonstration of story techniques
• Sharing of stories at a story swap
• Presentations of storytelling events in Maine
• Opportunities to record historical stories with the Maine Historical Society for broadcast on Maine Memory Network (mainememory.net/mymainestories).
The Muster Seed Storytelling event will be led by long-time Maine Storytellers Phyllis Blackstone of Brunswick, Hope Lewis of Seal Cove, Michael Parent of Portland and Tilly Laskey of the Maine Historical Society. Admission to the event is free, and lunch will be provided.
This event is a precursor to the Maine Storytelling Muster, the annual gathering for Maine storytellers and fans of storytelling, occurring September 14-15, 2018 in Waterville.
What & When: Muster Seed Storytelling Event | Saturday, August 4, 2018, 10am-3pm Where: Morrell Room of the Curtis Memorial Library on Pleasant St. in Brunswick, ME
Tickets & Info: Contact Phyllis Blackstone at firstname.lastname@example.org Cost: Free, lunch is included
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