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SB Story Telling Workshop

4/17/14 Thu (6:30 PM - 8:00 PM)
All Saints Episcopal Church (Library)
555 Waverley St,, Palo Alto
Contact:Rustin Crandall (rustinpc[at]gmail.com)




Our traveling Story Jam Series is hitting the South Bay for April and May.

Storytelling is what has allowed society to progress and grow. The Story Jam is a concentrated effort to take advantage of this tool to share our experiences. We as Peace Corps volunteers have lived in communities that have thrived on storytelling and now we honor that with Story Jam.

Come to the workshop ready to share an experience. It doesn't have to be super polished, just bring it, an open mind, and some enthusiasm and we will have a good time.

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Workshop Agenda:
--Story Jam Vet's will share an experience
--Breakdown the "it" factors for a powerful story
--Peer story review
--Group story review


We'll be meeting in the Library of All Saints Episcopal Church at 555 Waverley St, Palo Alto

Please RSVP, pizza and drinks will be provided

This event will be followed up with a April 30th Practice Slam and finally a May 14th Story Slam in Palo Alto.

What's a story jam like? What this video http://www.youtube.com/user/NorCalPCA

Photo Courtesy of Bryan Lemos