August 29, 2017: Peggy Yocom– Storytelling Workshop: “How to Recall and Tell Our Family Stories,” 6:00 – 7:30 pm
September 9, 2017: Storytelling Swap: “Sharing Our Stories: A Community Celebration,” 10:00– 11:30 am.
GRAND FINALE EVENT IN FARMINGTON
October 10, 2017: “A Community Celebration of Stories.” The Landing, Olsen Student Center, 111 South Street, University of Maine at Farmington; 7:00 – 9:00 pm.
Follow this link to read an article about the upcoming workshops hosted by Western Maine Storytelling http://www.dailybulldog.com/db/arts/storytelling-workshop-is-may-18/
To print a poster for the above events open this linked pdf
For more information:call (207)-645-2982, or email: email@example.com
Sponsored by Western Maine Storytelling through grants from the Maine Humanities Council and United Way.
ONGOING STORYTELLING EVENTS
3rd Thursday of every month
W.O.O.D.S. (Western Order of Dedicated Storytellers)
meets upstairs in the Farmington Public Library, 117 Academy Street, Farmington. The guild is free and open to the public. Tellers and listeners are always welcome. For more information call Debby at (207) 578-1791, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1st Friday of most months
L.O.O.N.S. (Lovers Of Old & New Stories) nests in the central coast area, near Mount Desert Island, at the SPCA of Hancock County, 141 Bar Harbor Road, Trenton, ME, (207) 667-8088. New members and visitors welcome. For more information, call Hope at (207) 244-0265, or Jude at (207) 667-3101.
2nd Wednesday of every month
6:30 or 7:00-8:45pm
M.O.O.S.E. (Maine Organization of Storytelling Enthusiasts) meets at the Portland Public Library, 5 Monument Square, in the Rines Auditorium. Come at 6:30 to sign up for your ten minutes of storytelling/spoken word and to meet other MOOSE. Open mic begins at 7:00; featured teller follows. More information at moosetellers.ning.com.
Formed in 2001, MOOSE has created a community in which storytellers and listeners can gather to support one another and to encourage the growth of the storytelling art throughout Maine.