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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Mar 10, 2018-|
Mar 10, 2018
02:00PM - 03:00PM
|Bear Storytelling and Swap|
We\'ve invited a few storytellers from the Do Tell Story Swap Group to tell some bear stories, then the rest of the program the audience shares their bear stories
History Museum of Sonoma County
Everybody has a bear story to tell and some are taller than others. We’ve invited a few storytellers from the Do Tell Story Swap group to tell some bear stories, then the rest of the program switches to the audience to share their bear stories. A fun-filled family activity for all ages.
The storytellers are members of the Do Tell Story Swap, a group that welcomes experienced and new storytellers to swap stories once a month in Santa Rosa. They swap old and new tales: myth, fairytale, hero journeys, personal relationships and experiences. They will tell bear tales for about 30 minutes. For more information about the Do Tell Story Swap organization, please see their website at: http://www.dotellstoryswap.org/index.html.
In the second part of the program, we will draw names out of the hat for audience-storytellers (who have volunteered) to tell their bear stories. Each participant will be limited to 5 minutes.
General admission applies. Members and children 12 and under are free.
Event Sponsors receive two tickets and recognition in the Museum\\\'s marketing materials. Sponsorships are fully tax-deductible.
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