Presenter: Jo Radner
Telling personal and family stories is fun - and much more. Storytelling connects strangers, strengthens links between generations, and gives children the self-knowledge to carry them through hard times. Knowledge of family history has even been linked to better teen behavior and mental health. In this active and interactive program, storyteller Jo Radner shares foolproof ways to mine memories and interview relatives for meaningful stories. Participants practices finding, developing, and telling their own tales.
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Tuesday, June 29, 2021 6:30pm
Virtual60 Winter StreetKeene NH 03431
Keene Public Library
Keene Public Library603-352-0157
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