the living art of storytelling in Massachusetts
Time: July 11, 2013 from 9:30am to 12pm
Location: World Fellowship, NH
Street: 368 Drake Hill Rd.
City/Town: Albany, NH 03818
Website or Map: http://www.worldfellowship.or…
Phone: PH: (603) 447-2280
Event Type: social, justice, activism, storytelling, concert, performance, resilience, circles
Organized By: http://localcircles.org/ Chuck Collins, Andy Davis
Latest Activity: Jun 26, 2013
Thursday 7/11 Morning Workshop
Art of Storytelling with
The skinny on the art of storytelling with great handouts and activities. Everybody tells their story. How can we integrate the art of storytelling and our personal stories into movements for social change? Norah Dooley is a storyteller, critically acclaimed children’ s author and educator, and co-founder of massmouth.com, an organization devoted to promoting the art of storytelling.
This workshop is part of Camp Commons:
TELLING THE NEW STORY Facing the Future, Building Hope: Concrete Tools for Community Resilience
Sunday July 7 through Sunday July 14, 2013
World Fellowship Conference Center
White Mountains near Conway, New Hampshire
Come for the week! Or come for a couple of days!
Join a group of fun and engaged activists for the joy of exploration, singing, rethinking, dancing, laughter, eating, sharing skills and organizing strategies, and more singing, storytelling and game playing.
Camp Commons is a multi-generational week-long summer camp for community resilience activists working on economic, ecological and social justice, strengthening the commons, community resilience and the transition to the new economy.
Register now! Click here to book your accommodations directly with World Fellowship, then email the dates of your stay to email@example.com.
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