Sally Sweitzer, professional storyteller and entertainer, offers what she describes as the “nuts and bolts” of storytelling this Sunday at 12:00 in the Brackett Room. It will also whet your appetite for more workshops Sally plans to offer in the fall at FPS.
Sally writes that “Storytelling is an ancient art form, one of the earliest ways that the histories of families and cultures came down through time. Whether you just want to learn the tricks that make a story compelling and the strategies to tell a story so your audience will be captivated, or if you want to delve more deeply into how stories become the archetypes which define our values and cultural beliefs – this is the class for you!”
Thank you to everyone who made such generous and creative donations and to everyone who came! The spirited bidding pushed this year’s net income to approximately $15,500!!!
This is about 20% more than last year’s results. Thank you to all the volunteers who made the evening a success. We are already looking forward to next year and welcome your suggestions and comments.
Sheila Murphy, Sherene Aram, Gail and Jan Hardenbergh, Leslie Bryant, Anna Lee and Sherri Cline
Easter Sunday is a time for stories of spring, the return of the sun, Ostara – the Dawn Goddess, Easter bunnies, eggs and the resurrection of Jesus. How do all of these varied topics meld into a meaningful Sunday? Come be a part of this amazing and loving community and experience a Unitarian Universalist Easter Sunday. Please bring canned food that will be donated to the local food pantry.