February 7, 2019
Theme: Borders (follows KRL’s “One Book One Community” book this year, “Behold the Dreamers” by Imbolo Mbue)
7 p.m.
The Cloverleaf Sports Bar and Grill
Bremerton, WA

People have been building fences and walls for eons, to keep people out and to keep people in. Sometimes those borders are tangible. Sometimes they are symbolic. Often they are both.

Story Night in February will be focused on borders, real or imagined, the lines we draw and the ones we cross. The theme coincides with Kitsap Regional Library’s “One Book One Community” selection for 2019, Behold the Dreamers, by Imbolo Mbue.

Story Night is a simple proposition. Storytellers are given a theme and they have about 5 minutes to tell a true, autobiographical story using no notes and no props.

Come join the fun just hearing the stories, or if you’ve got one you think you might like to share, join us on stage. If you want to tell a story, comment here, email info@storynight.org or show up and sign up.

If you show up you will be joined by some of the best people in Kitsap County and thereabouts. And on Thursdays the Cloverleaf has specials on pizza and the house wine.

It’s a fun night and has the added bonus of you getting to know more about your neighbors.

Story Night events are a partnership between Story Night and Kitsap Regional Library.

2 thoughts on “Next Event: Feb. 7 — Borders”

  1. before scrolling down to see comment section, had also messaged same.
    this sounds interesting & fun; just missed the Feb 2nd event at Clover Leaf.

    Would like to sign up for event notices; to attend next event to see how this works before signing up to share a story. What a great fun idea & look forward to next event.

    1. before scrolling down to see comment section, had also messaged same.
      this sounds interesting & fun; just missed the Feb 2nd event at Clover Leaf.

      Would like to sign up for event notices; to attend next event to see how this works before signing up to share a story. What a great fun idea & look forward to next event.

      also, at an event, is there opportunity to volunteer to share a story impromptu? or as the spirit leads one? all the more fun is so.

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