Open Museum Storytelling Workshop: Women in our Lives

Open Museum Storytelling Workshop: Women in our Lives

This event is cancelled based on guidance from The Ministry of Health's Chief Medical Officer. It is their recommendation to prohibit the gatherings of groups greater than 250 people.

In celebration of the women in our lives, you are invited to bring a photograph or personal item that tells a story about a special woman who has made a positive impact on you or your community. You will learn how to tell an interesting story about this person and record your story using audio equipment. Recordings will be transcribed and made into a book that will be available at the Bradley Museum in time for Mother's Day. Stories can be in any language.

Ages: 18+

Saturday, March 28, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am
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