Thanks to everyone who helped with this event! Pictures and video recordings of storytellers will be uploaded here in the next few days! Please check back to view these amazing stories.

We all have stories – personal stories, family stories, community stories, national stories.  Sharing stories and listening to stories are important ways to increase empathy for others.  At this event, a variety of storytellers will set up stations to tell their stories and share activities.  Participants will rotate to a new station every 15 minutes. All ages find this event meaningful as they get to know their neighbors better. Children (0-18) will also be able to choose a free work of multicultural literature to take home.

There is a Zoom option for those unable to attend, though it will be less complete than the in-person option.

While religion might be included as a part of a storyteller’s personal story, this is not a religious event. This event is open to the public.

Contact Jennifer Vasquez here with any questions.