News and Events
Manitoba Storytelling Guild Events in April
Join us 7:30-9:30pm
at the Neighbourhood Bookstore & Café,
898 Westminster for informal storytelling and lively discussion. The events are free of charge and open to all.
Monday, April 13 – Vacation Stories
From humourous to tragic, vacation stories vary. How do vacations figure in stories? Do you have stories from a vacation?
April 17: Stone Soup with guest teller Tom Roche. At 7:30 in the Neighbourhood Cafe and Bookstore. Free to all.
Monday, April 20 – Commoditization of Stories
Now stories are bought and sold. How does this affect the stories? Has it always been this way?
Monday, April 27 – Stories of Sickness
The experience of physical, mental or spiritual dis-ease are at the centre of many stories. Why are we interested? What can these stories teach us?
Monday, May 4 – Garden Stories
The Garden of Eden, Farmer McGregor’s garden and the Secret Garden: what role do gardens play in stories? What do they symbolize and how does this change?
May 6th-9th: Winnipeg International Storytelling Festival for Peace.