Bring your ‘end of life’ stories to share on stage

MIDDLEBURY — End of Life Services is seeking storytellers for their third Stories from the Hearth, which will take place on Sunday, Feb. 16, at the Middlebury hearth of American Flatbread.
This year’s theme is “Within Grief’s Darkness Dwells Love’s Light.” Anyone with a story to tell about a personal experience of loss, grief and love is encouraged to participate.  Each story should be no more than eight minutes in length, a personal and true story to be told from the heart (rather than read), and include how this experience changed or deepened your life.
Five or six stories will be selected and those storytellers will be coached to help them prepare for telling their stories before an audience.
If you have a story to tell, or an idea for a story, contact Priscilla Baker at [email protected] The deadline for stories is noon on Wednesday, Dec. 4.

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