the living art of storytelling in Massachusetts
Muriel Horowitz shares personal and family stories and tales from many cultures, especially from her Jewish heritage. She is a founder of an Interfaith Story Circle which meets monthly to share stories from a variety of traditions. Traveling in from Poughkeepsie, this will be a rare Story Space visit for her.
Every Tuesday night is Story Space from 6:45 to 9:00pm
Storytelling for all ages, levels, & experience in a friendly, cooperative venue where seasoned tellers and newcomers alike are received with full attention. Try out a new story or spin an old favorite. No Topics. No Competition. No Judging. Just Stories.
There is a $5 requested donation.
Signup for Open Telling (8-minute slots) 6:45 – 7:00pm.
Open Telling starts at 7:00pm sharp, followed by the Featured Teller.
Havurat Shalom is a Yellow House at
113 College Avenue (near Davis SQ), Somerville, MA
MBTA Subway: Red Line (Davis Square Stop); About 5 blocks from Davis Sq. up College Ave -- HS is a yellow house on the right. • MBTA Bus line: Routes 94 and 96. • Parking: the HS parking area is not available before 7:00 PM. The driveway splits in two, take the left side. • Accessibility: Havurat Shalom is Handicap Accessible via a ramp in the rear • Food: Food is allowed, as long as it is Vegetarian or Dairy. No meat, please! • Allergy Free: HS is a Non-Smoking place. Also, please avoid wearing strong scents such as perfume, cologne, or after shave.