December 31, 2019

January 2020


* MI Story +

Storytelling Event Calendar

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 Judy Sima  Editor
All events are located in Michigan unless otherwise noted.

Submission: Judy@JudySima.com  by the 15th of the month.

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January 1, 2020

HIGHLIGHTS
Happy New Year!  May the coming year bring good health, and may your stories be filled with happy endings.

 JANUARY

January 2, Detroit 7:00 p.m. doors open/7:00 p.m. stories begin
The monthly Moth Story Slam located at the Marble Bar, 1501 Holden St. Prepare a 5-minute story on the theme, toss your name in the hat, and if your name is pulled, step up and tell your true personal story live without notes.  Volunteers from the audience judge the stories. Note: adults only. Info: www.themoth.org Language and topics are often unsuitable for children. Tickets $5 at the door. Check website to confirm listing, theme and purchase tickets.

January 5, Ann Arbor 2:00 p.m.
“Kerry Tales:  Buckle Your Shoe with Mother Goose”Storyteller, Trudy Bulkley, entertains as Mother Goose with rhymes and stories. 1/2-hour program for young and old alike. Kerrytown Market and Shops in Hollander’s, 410 N. Fourth Avenue.   Free.  734-769-3115

January 7, Ann Arbor 6:30 p.m. Doors Open, 7:30 p.m. stories begin
Monthly Moth Story Slam at Zingerman's Greyline, 100 N. Ashley St. Prepare a 5 minute story on the theme, toss your name in the hat, and if your name is pulled, step up and tell your true personal story live without notes.  Volunteers from the audience judge the stories. Info:  www.theMoth.org  Note: adults only. Language and topics are often unsuitable for children. Check website for theme and to purchase tickets.

January 8, Waterford 1:00 p.m.
Waterford American Association of University Women hosts Lois Keel as Liberetta Lerich Green telling about growing up on a Michigan Underground Railroad Station and later supporting her brothers in Michigan's "Army of the Potomac" during the Civil War.  Waterford Public Library, 5168 Civic Center Drive off Crescent Lake Road and Tubbs Road.  Open to the public.  For information: 248-681-0534.

January 8, Muskegon 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Muskegon Yarnspinners: welcome new members at their monthly meetings from October through May at the Hope Reformed Church, 1878 Evanston, (Corner of Quarterline and Evanston). Contact: Cliff Cook, 616-638-1121, cwcook13@aol.com.

January 9, 16, 23 Warren 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Do you want to become a storyteller? Do want to strengthen your storytelling skills? Do you want supportive coaching on the stories you tell? Now in its 31st year, join Judy Sima’s famed Parent-Tellers. Most Thursday mornings during the school year. We meet at Chatterton Middle School, 24333 Ryan Road (south of 10 Mile) Contact Judy if you wish to participate. 248-644-3951 Judy@JudySima.com . You don’t have to be a parent to attend.

January 9, Mt Pleasant 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Mid-Michigan Area Storytellers, M.A.S.T., welcomes visitors and new members to their meetings which gathers every 2nd Thursday of the month. We meet at Veteran's Memorial Library Founder’s Room, 301 S. University, Please join us to talk about and tell our stories!  Contact info:  Joe Remenar  jremenar66@yahoo.com.

January 15, Clarkston 7:00 p.m.
"High Times in the Dry Times" join Lois Keel as a reporter/flapper telling how Michigan supplied 3/4 of the smuggled alcohol during Prohibition. Includes music and a bit of audience participation!  Clarkston Independence District Library, 6495 Clarkston Road.  For information and free registration: 248-625-2212; http://cidlibrary.evanced.info/signup/Calendar

January 17, Grand Rapids 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Blandford Nature Center and Story Spinners of Grand Rapids invite you to an exciting night of stories for the adult listener. Laugh, smile, shed a tear…a night out ....great fun guaranteed. 1715 Hillburn Ave. NW. $7 at door or pre-register at www.blandfordnaturecenter.org

January 16 Ferndale 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Go Comedy Improv Theater. Prepare a 5-7 minute true story based on the theme, “A Big Break“. Storytelling beginners and veterans welcome. Adult content is permitted, and shows are sometimes not suitable for children. The theme for the following month is announced at the end of every show and posted  at https://www.facebook.com/LetsJustSayGoComedy/. Prepare a 5-7 minute true story based on the theme. Lineups are set before the show; those who want to tell a story should email letsjustsay@gocomedy.net.  Previous shows can be viewed at our Youtube channel. Tickets are $10 at gocomedy.net or at the door

January 17, Detroit 8 p.m. Doors @7:00 p.m.
The award-winning Secret Society Of Twisted Storytellers, presents a curated, live storytelling event. Real People. True Stories. Told Live. Featuring Five Twisted Storytellers with Musical and Dance Guests. Local Artisans/Exhibitors and Cash Bar! Hosted by Satori Shakoor. Charles H. Wright Museum 315 E. Warren Avenue, For information, tickets, and video visit: www.twistedtellers.org/events or call 313-744-6037

January 18, Plymouth 12:00-3:00 p.m.
Detroit Story League invites you to enjoy our monthly meeting. Visitors welcome. 12:00 Bring your lunch, 12:30 stories begin followed by a workshop, 2:00 Business meeting. Plymouth Public Library, 223 S. Main. 734-453-0750. For more Information: Judy@JudySima.com or call: 248-644-3951. www.DetroitStorytelling.org

January 19, Dexter 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Storytelling workshop with Genot “Winter Elk” Picor. Genot is a storyteller, musician, and dancer. His workshop will feature his expertise with Metis (mixed blood) storytelling to focus on the use of music and dance in storytelling and sharing his perspectives on cultural focus in storytelling. This is a program of the Ann Arbor Storytellers Guild and is open to non-members for a fee. For more information, contact Steve Daut at mail@stevedaut.com

January 20, West Bloomfield 2:00 p.m.
Bring your funnybone and your thinking caps as Master Storyteller Ivory D. Williams presents a highly interactive, educational and fun session that highlights the powerful art of storytelling designed to delight both youth and adults. West Bloomfield Township Public Library, 4600 Walnut Lake Rd.. Free for all ages.
For info contact: Julie Moore, 248-232-2274

January 20, Traverse City 7:00 p.m.
"Exquisite Corpus."    We're gonna sing the body electric at the first Here:Say Storytelling of the 2020s! Scheduled performers will take the stage to tell true, first-person stories about the corporeal. The Workshop Brewing Company, 221 Garland Street. karen@heresaystorytelling.com, facebook.com/heresaytcheresaystorytelling.com. Requested $7 donation at door.

January 20, Okemos 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Lansing Storytellers Guild invites new members to their monthly meeting. Schuler in Eastwood Town Center Contact for more information: Jean Bolley, phone 517-281-8036 or email bolleyj@hotmail.com  and/or Shirley Bradley, shirleyjane@comcast.net

January 21, Grand Rapids 6:30-8:30 p.m.
StorySpinners of Grand Rapids: Monthly meeting featuring stories, education, and a treat. Come listen or share your favorite tale. Shawmut Hills School 2550 Burritt St. NW. www.storyspinners.org

January 21, Lakeview 6:00 p.m.
"High Times in the Dry Times" join Lois Keel as a reporter/flapper telling how Michigan supplied 3/4 of the smuggled alcohol during Prohibition. Includes music and a bit of audience participation! Tamarack Public Library, 832 S. Lincoln Ave. For information and free registration: 989-352-6274; http://tamaracklibrary.org/calendar/

January 21, Ann Arbor 6:30 p.m. Doors Open, 7:30 p.m. stories begin
Monthly Moth Story Slam at Zingerman's Greyline, 100 N. Ashley St. Prepare a 5-minute story on the theme, toss your name in the hat, and if your name is pulled, step up and tell your true personal story live without notes.  Volunteers from the audience judge the stories. Info:  www.theMoth.org  Note: adults only. Language and topics are often unsuitable for children. Check website to confirm listing, theme and purchase tickets.

January 25, Detroit 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Detroit Association of Black Storytellers invites you to attend their monthly meeting at the Charles Wright Museum of African American History, 315 E Warren Ave. Join us for a story, workshop, refreshments and business meeting. www.detroitassociationofblackstorytellers.com or call: Jatu Gray, 313-433-4249.  New members welcome

January 26, Ann Arbor 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Ann Arbor Storytellers’ Guild Monthly meetings - Ann Arbor District Library – 343 South Fifth Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104 - 3rd floor freespace room. Meetings always start with stories, and then, more stories! Listeners and tellers welcome. Meetings are free. More information: annarborstorytelling.org or facebook.com/annarborstorytellers

January 31, Flint 10:00 a.m.
Join Storyteller Karen Bonnici for a fun and interactive music and storytelling program for children at the Flint Public Library, 1026 E Kearsley St. 48503, 810-232-7111

FEBRUARY

February 1, Grand Rapids 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Blandford Nature Center and Story Spinners of Grand Rapids invite you Tales for the Family. Kid and adult storytellers…. Fun and hot chocolate as well…yum! Bland 1715 Hillburn Ave. www.storyspinners.org $5 a person, $30 per family. Register at www.blandfordnaturecenter.org

February 2, Ann Arbor 2:00 p.m.
“Kerry Tales: Time to march with Mother Goose” Storyteller, Trudy Bulkley, entertains as Mother Goose with rhymes and stories. 1/2-hour program for young and old alike. Kerrytown Market and Shops in Hollander’s, 410 N. Fourth Avenue.   Free.  734-769-3115

February 4, Ann Arbor 6:30 p.m. Doors Open, 7:30 p.m. stories begin
Monthly Moth Story Slam at Zingerman's Greyline, 100 N. Ashley St. Prepare a 5 minute story on the theme, toss your name in the hat, and if your name is pulled, step up and tell your true personal story live without notes.  Volunteers from the audience judge the stories. Info:  www.theMoth.org  Note: adults only. Language and topics are often unsuitable for children. Check website for theme and to purchase tickets.

February 4, Battle Creek 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Join, Judy Sima, storyteller and teaching artist at the Willard Library for a meaningful fun filled “Family Writing Night” workshop for parents, grandparents, and children ages 5 and up. 7 West Van Buren, contact Alisha Daugherty to register,  269-968-8166 ext. 509. Adaugherty@willardlibrary.org. www.willardlibrary.org

February 6, 13, 27 Warren 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Do you want to become a storyteller? Do want to strengthen your storytelling skills? Do you want supportive coaching on the stories you tell? Now in its 31st year, join Judy Sima’s famed Parent-Tellers. Most Thursday mornings during the school year. We meet at Chatterton Middle School, 24333 Ryan Road (south of 10 Mile) Contact Judy if you wish to participate. 248-644-3951 Judy@JudySima.com . You don’t have to be a parent to attend

February 6, Detroit 7:00 p.m. doors open/7:00 p.m. stories begin
The monthly Moth Story Slam located at the Marble Bar, 1501 Holden St. Prepare a 5-minute story on the theme, toss your name in the hat, and if your name is pulled, step up and tell your true personal story live without notes.  Volunteers from the audience judge the stories. Note: adults only. Info: www.themoth.org Language and topics are often unsuitable for children. Tickets $5 at the door. Check website to confirm listing, theme and purchase tickets.

February 7, Kalamazoo  5:00-8:00 p.m.
8th annual Kalamazoo Storytelling Festival, Growing Stories. Family stories that grow from one generation to the next, stories that sprout from another story, ones that connect us like vines, and stories bigger than us will entertain children and adults alike. Featuring Joe McHugh's -The Time Travelers. Bringing America’s rich history to life through storytelling, music and art at 6 p.m. Allison Downey will tell her family stories at 7 p.m. For more information contact Annette Hoppenworth, 269-373-7955, ahoppenworth@kvcc.edu, 230 North Rose Street, or visit us on line at https://nam12.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=www.kalamazooMuseum.org&data=02%7C01%7C%7C8f561272417e431a2be208d767a90f1e%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637091848117995201&sdata=Z6xDPKc8Y0YiUXwVBM%2BXXCnvDZDqdBngMaOjkEKfT4o%3D&reserved=0.

February 8, Kalamazoo, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
8th annual Kalamazoo Storytelling Festival, Growing Stories. 11 a.m. Mama Edie McCloud Armstrong tells African Native American family stories. 12:30 NEW this year is a lunch panel focused on learning how to be a storyteller, the importance of family stories, and how creativity and imagination are formed by reading stories aloud with Judy Sima, Joe McHugh, Jenifer Strauss, and Randy Pearson.  2 p.m. Donna Marie Todd tells family stories, that connect, make you laugh, and entertain. 3 p.m. Adam Mellema takes to the stage with stories of family, gardening, and more.  4 p.m. Arif Chowhury shares stories of finding his identity growing up in Chicago. For more information contact Annette Hoppenworth, 269-373-7955, ahoppenworth@kvcc.edu, 230 North Rose Street, or visit us on line at  https://nam12.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=www.kalamazooMuseum.org&data=02%7C01%7C%7C8f561272417e431a2be208d767a90f1e%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637091848117995201&sdata=Z6xDPKc8Y0YiUXwVBM%2BXXCnvDZDqdBngMaOjkEKfT4o%3D&reserved=0.ww.

February 12, Muskegon 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Muskegon Yarnspinners: welcome new members at their monthly meetings from October through May at the Hope Reformed Church, 1878 Evanston, (Corner of Quarterline and Evanston). Contact: Cliff Cook, 616-638-1121, cwcook13@aol.com.

February 13, Mt Pleasant 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Mid-Michigan Area Storytellers, M.A.S.T., welcomes visitors and new members to their meetings which gathers every 2nd Thursday of the month. We meet at Veteran's Memorial Library Founder’s Room, 301 S. University, Please join us to talk about and tell our stories!  Contact info:  Joe Remenar  jremenar66@yahoo.com.

February 15, Fraser 12:00-3:00 p.m.
Detroit Story League invites you to enjoy our monthly meeting. Visitors welcome. 12:00 Bring your lunch, 12:30 stories begin followed by workshop, 2:00 Business meeting. Fraser Public Library. 16330 E 14 Mile Rd, 586-293-2055. For more Information: Judy@JudySima.com or call: 248-644-3951. www.DetroitStorytelling.org

February 17, Okemos 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Lansing Storytellers Guild invites new members to their monthly meeting. Schuler in Eastwood Town Center Contact for more information: Jean Bolley, phone 517-281-8036 or email bolleyj@hotmail.com  and/or Shirley Bradley, shirleyjane@comcast.net

February 18, Ann Arbor 6:30 p.m. Doors Open, 7:30 p.m. stories begin
Monthly Moth Story Slam at Zingerman's Greyline, 100 N. Ashley St. Prepare a 5-minute story on the theme, toss your name in the hat, and if your name is pulled, step up and tell your true personal story live without notes.  Volunteers from the audience judge the stories. Info:  www.theMoth.org  Note: adults only. Language and topics are often unsuitable for children. Check website to confirm listing, theme and purchase tickets.

February 18, Traverse City 7:00 p.m.
"DysFUNctional."    We're putting the FUN in dysfunctional! Join Here:Say as scheduled performers tell true, first-person stories of things not working out as expected. FREE, with donations accepted at door. The Workshop Brewing Company, 221 Garland Street. karen@heresaystorytelling.com, facebook.com/heresaytcheresaystorytelling.com. Requested $7 donation at door.

February 20, Ferndale 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Go Comedy Improv Theater. Prepare a 5-7 minute true story based on the theme. Storytelling beginners and veterans welcome. Adult content is permitted, and shows are sometimes not suitable for children. The theme for the following month is announced at the end of every show and posted  at https://www.facebook.com/LetsJustSayGoComedy/. Prepare a 5-7 minute true story based on the theme. Lineups are set before the show; those who want to tell a story should email letsjustsay@gocomedy.net.  Previous shows can be viewed at our Youtube channel. Tickets are $10 at gocomedy.net or at the door

February 21, Detroit 8 p.m. Doors @7:00 p.m.
The award-winning Secret Society Of Twisted Storytellers, presents a curated, live storytelling event. Real People. True Stories. Told Live. Featuring Five Twisted Storytellers with Musical and Dance Guests. Local Artisans/Exhibitors and Cash Bar! Hosted by Satori Shakoor. Charles H. Wright Museum 315 E. Warren Avenue, For information, tickets, and video visit: www.twistedtellers.org/events or call 313-744-6037

February 22, Detroit 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Detroit Association of Black Storytellers invites you to attend their monthly meeting at the Charles Wright Museum of African American History, 315 E Warren Ave. Join us for a story, workshop, refreshments and business meeting. www.detroitassociationofblackstorytellers.com or call: Jatu Gray, 313-433-4249.  New members welcome

February 22, Ann Arbor 7:30 p.m.
33rd Annual Storytelling Festival at The Ark. This fantastic lineup features internationally acclaimed storyteller Antonio Rocha, national stars Anne Rutherford and Norm Brecke, and our very own Barbara Schutzgruber, with Steve Daut as MC. The Ann Arbor Storytellers Guild is hosting these incredible storytellers, and a workshop will be available the following day. This is sure to fill up, so get your tickets in advance! https://theark.org/shows-events/2020/feb/22/33rd-annual-storytelling-festival

February 23, Ann Arbor, 1:00 p.m.
Storytelling for Kids at The Ark with Anne Rutherford and Norm Brecke. This will be followed by a workshop for storytellers at a location TBA. For the concert, ticket price is $10, and tickets can be purchased through https://theark.org/shows-events/2020/feb/23/storytelling-kids. If you are interested in the workshop, contact Steve Daut for details - mail@stevedaut.com

February 23, Ann Arbor 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Ann Arbor Storytellers’ Guild Monthly meetings - Ann Arbor District Library – 343 South Fifth Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104 - 3rd floor freespace room. Meetings always start with stories, and then, more stories! Listeners and tellers welcome. Meetings are free. More information: annarborstorytelling.org or facebook.com/annarborstorytellers

February 24, White Lake 6:30 p.m.
"High Times in the Dry Times" join Lois Keel as a reporter/flapper telling how Michigan supplied 3/4 of the smuggled alcohol during Prohibition. Includes music and a bit of audience participation! White Lake Township Library, 11005 Elizabeth Lake. For information and free registration: 248-698-4942; http://whitelakelibrary.evanced.info/signup/Calendar

February 24, Grand Rapids 6:30-8:30 p.m.
StorySpinners of Grand Rapids: Monthly meeting featuring stories, education, and a treat. Come listen or share your favorite tale. Shawmut Hills School 2550 Burritt St. NW. www.storyspinners.org


MARCH

March 1, Ann Arbor 2:00 p.m.
“Kerry Tales:  Greet Groundhogs with Mother Goose” Storyteller, Trudy Bulkley, entertains as Mother Goose with rhymes and stories. 1/2-hour program for young and old alike. Kerrytown Market and Shops in Hollander’s, 410 N. Fourth Avenue.   Free.  734-769-3115

March 3, Ann Arbor 6:30 p.m. Doors Open, 7:30 p.m. stories begin
Monthly Moth Story Slam at Zingerman's Greyline, 100 N. Ashley St. Prepare a 5 minute story on the theme, toss your name in the hat, and if your name is pulled, step up and tell your true personal story live without notes.  Volunteers from the audience judge the stories. Info:  www.theMoth.org  Note: adults only. Language and topics are often unsuitable for children. Check website for theme and to purchase tickets.

March 5, 12, 19, 26, Warren 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Do you want to become a storyteller? Do want to strengthen your storytelling skills? Do you want supportive coaching on the stories you tell? Now in its 31st year, join Judy Sima’s famed Parent-Tellers. Most Thursday mornings during the school year. We meet at Chatterton Middle School, 24333 Ryan Road (south of 10 Mile) Contact Judy if you wish to participate. 248-644-3951 Judy@JudySima.com . You don’t have to be a parent to attend

March 5, Detroit 7:00 p.m. doors open/7:00 p.m. stories begin
The monthly Moth Story Slam located at the Marble Bar, 1501 Holden St. Prepare a 5-minute story on the theme, toss your name in the hat, and if your name is pulled, step up and tell your true personal story live without notes.  Volunteers from the audience judge the stories. Note: adults only. Info: www.themoth.org Language and topics are often unsuitable for children. Tickets $5 at the door. Check website to confirm listing, theme and purchase tickets.

March 11, Muskegon 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Muskegon Yarnspinners: welcome new members at their monthly meetings from October through May at the Hope Reformed Church, 1878 Evanston, (Corner of Quarterline and Evanston). Contact: Cliff Cook, 616-638-1121, cwcook13@aol.com.

March 12, Mt Pleasant 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Mid-Michigan Area Storytellers, M.A.S.T., welcomes visitors and new members to their meetings which gathers every 2nd Thursday of the month. We meet at Veteran's Memorial Library Founder’s Room, 301 S. University, Please join us to talk about and tell our stories!  Contact info:  Joe Remenar  jremenar66@yahoo.com.

March 16, Traverse City 7:00 p.m.
"Ventriloquist."   For the first time, we're throwing our voices on the Here:Say stage! Join us as scheduled performers tell true, THIRD-person stories about people in their lives who had a story to tell. The Workshop Brewing Company, 221 Garland Street. karen@heresaystorytelling.com, facebook.com/heresaytcheresaystorytelling.com. Requested $7 donation at door.

March 16, Okemos 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Lansing Storytellers Guild invites new members to their monthly meeting. Schuler in Eastwood Town Center Contact for more information: Jean Bolley, phone 517-281-8036 or email bolleyj@hotmail.com  and/or Shirley Bradley, shirleyjane@comcast.net

March 17, Grand Rapids 6:30-8:30 pm
StorySpinners of Grand Rapids: Monthly meeting featuring stories, education, and a treat. Come listen or share your favorite tale. Shawmut Hills School 2550 Burritt St. NW. www.storyspinners.org

March 17, Ann Arbor 6:30 p.m. Doors Open, 7:30 p.m. stories begin
Monthly Moth Story Slam at Zingerman's Greyline, 100 N. Ashley St. Prepare a 5-minute story on the theme, toss your name in the hat, and if your name is pulled, step up and tell your true personal story live without notes.  Volunteers from the audience judge the stories. Info:  www.theMoth.org  Note: adults only. Language and topics are often unsuitable for children. Check website to confirm listing, theme and purchase tickets

March 19, Ferndale 7:30-9 p.m.
Go Comedy Improv Theater. Prepare a 5-7 minute true story based on the theme. Storytelling beginners and veterans welcome. Adult content is permitted, and shows are sometimes not suitable for children. The theme for the following month is announced at the end of every show and posted  at https://www.facebook.com/LetsJustSayGoComedy/. Prepare a 5-7 minute true story based on the theme. Lineups are set before the show; those who want to tell a story should email letsjustsay@gocomedy.net.  Previous shows can be viewed at our Youtube channel. Tickets are $10 at gocomedy.net or at the door

March 20, Detroit 8 p.m. Doors @7:00 p.m.
The award-winning Secret Society Of Twisted Storytellers, presents a curated, live storytelling event. Real People. True Stories. Told Live. Featuring Five Twisted Storytellers with Musical and Dance Guests. Local Artisans/Exhibitors and Cash Bar! Hosted by Satori Shakoor. Charles H. Wright Museum 315 E. Warren Avenue, For information, tickets, and video visit: www.twistedtellers.org/events or call 313-744-6037

March 20, Midland, 7:30 p.m.
"ROAR."  Invited local performers will tell true, first-person stories about trying to change the world, or their own corner of it, by embracing the anthem “I am woman, hear me roar!” This live storytelling event will be staged in March to coincide with Women’s History Month. Midland Center for the Arts, 1801 W. Saint Andrews St. karen@heresaystorytelling.com, facebook.com/heresaytcheresaystorytelling.com. FREE.

March 21, Plymouth 12:00-3:00 p.m.
Detroit Story League invites you to enjoy our monthly meeting. Visitors welcome. 12:00 Bring your lunch, 12:30 stories begin followed by workshop, 2:00 Business meeting. Plymouth Public Library. 223 S. Main St. 734-453-0750. For more Information: Judy@JudySima.com or call: 248-644-3951. www.DetroitStorytelling.org

March 22, Ann Arbor 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Ann Arbor Storytellers’ Guild Monthly meetings - Ann Arbor District Library – 343 South Fifth Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104 - 3rd floor freespace room. Meetings always start with stories, and then, more stories! Listeners and tellers welcome. Meetings are free. More information: annarborstorytelling.org or facebook.com/annarborstorytellers

March 26 and 27, Vernal, UT, 7:00 p.m.
Join storytellers Corinne Stavish, Adam Booth and Laura K. Deal at the Vernal, Utah Storytelling Festival, 721 W. 100 South, Vernal, UT. Tickets $3 for students; $5 for adults; $10 for family.    https://www.nowplayingutah.com/event/vernal-utah-storytelling-festival/

March 28, Detroit 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Detroit Association of Black Storytellers invites you to attend their monthly meeting at the Charles Wright Museum of African American History, 315 E Warren Ave. Join us for a story, workshop, refreshments and business meeting. www.detroitassociationofblackstorytellers.com or call: Jatu Gray, 313-433-4249.  New members welcome


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