What's Your Story? A Storytelling Workshop

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Cardinal RoomAHML Rooms for Staff Booking Only
Saturday, June 9, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Learn the art and craft of personal narrative storytelling in a two-part workshop facilitated by Diane Kastiel, producer of First Person Live and three-time Moth StorySLAM winner. Session 1 (June 9) will cover the building blocks of a good story, generating story ideas, and tips for telling a story with ease. Session 2 (June 23) will be devoted to sharing stories and getting feedback from the group. Attendance at both sessions is required and homework will be to generate a first draft of a 5-minute story for workshopping. Space is limited. Register beginning May 25.

Please register for June 9 session only, which will enroll you in the full two-part series.

Diane Kastiel, First Person Live
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06/09/2018 09:00:00 06/09/2018 12:00:00 America/Chicago What's Your Story? A Storytelling Workshop Arlington Heights Memorial Library Program Cardinal Room,
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