We will be celebrating our third anniversary in a very special way. When we look back, we have shared close to 450 stories, a lot of touching moments and a lot of laughter.
To celebrate, we will have an “unplugged” version of sharing stories. Rather that using the usual performance venue we plan to sit around and reflect on stories that are near and dear to us. In addition, we will have a “mini-slam” which will include students from Moravian Academy doin their best and telling their stories.
We also want to inform everyone that the price is free for this event. We will also share what we are planning for June, July and August. Please come and be part of the family.
Taylor deCastro told a wonderful story about spring, hearts and winning. She is a student of Moravian Academy and will be participating in our Tri-High School Story Slam next Thursday.
After the winter we have had the past few weeks our story slam will be a welcome change.
While you are waiting for our next story slam on March 21, don’t miss all the St. Patrick’s day events and fun at the Red Stag Pub. Check them out: https://youtu.be/RWsSY7NuRrs
This should be quite a slam because it will be held close to St. Patrick’s Day which is steeped in Irish Tradition. We want to hear from all folks to share the traditions of their heritage.
We continued with the theme of closeness and Burton hit it out of the Ball Park with his story about his twin sister. Burton will be back in November to compete in our Grand Slam Event. If you want to participate and even tell a story, please come to our next event which will be held March 21 at 7:00pm. The theme is “Tradition(s)”
We would love to have you come. Please come and be part of the fun.
Congratulations to Charles Kiernan for his winning story on “Closeness” Charles talked about closeness with his family and especially Thanksgiving. Charles is the President of the Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild and a valued friend of our Story Slam.
Stay tuned for his video which will be published soon
Patricia Pasda walked into the story slam last night and won with a touching story of surprise that the whole audience enjoyed. We will be asking Patricia to come to our Grand Slam Event next year and compete for the Grand Slam Trophy.