5-hour Hybrid Intensive Workshop

Dancing at the Crossroads: Using Stories to Reach At-Risk Youth

Featured Presenter:  Lorna MacDonald Czarnota

Date/Time:  Monday, May 9, 2022, 9:30am-2:30pm MDT (UTC-6)

Cost: $100 ($75 for Story Crossroads Members, found in Member Library or email info@storycrossroads.org for code)

Hybrid – In-Person in Murray, Utah or Zoom

If attending live, held at the Murray Park Church of Christ – auditorium, 494 East 5300 South, Murray, Utah 84107

If attending through Zoom, link shared after registration is completed/paid

Either way, you are encouraged to arrive in-person or Zoom by 9:15am MDT. We admit people from Zoom “waiting room,” and we start promptly at 9:30am MDT.

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Steps to Reserve Space & Expectations:

  1. Complete online registration form
  2. Both offline and online payment methods are accepted. You can sign up and choose “invoice,” but you won’t be considered registered or have access to the Zoom link and/or officially registered if in-person attending until payment is received.
  3. Included with the cost is the audio/video files to be sent out by May 17, 2022 due to size of files and being during Festival Week for Story Crossroads. Prepare your lunch/meal ahead of time so you can mingle with fellow participants, if you so choose, no matter if in-person by virtual attendance.

Breaks Subject to Change & Times listed in Mountain Time (UTC-6):

  • 9:30am-10:30am
  • Break- 10:30am-10:40am
  • 10:40am-11:40am
  • Meal Break- 11:40am-12:10pm
  • 12:10pm-1:10pm
  • Break- 1:10pm-2:20pm
  • 2:20pm-3:30pm, includes Q&A

Details:  Email info@storycrossroads.org or call/text Rachel Hedman at (801) 870-5799

About the 5-hour Workshop:

Discover traditional and original stories for using the stories to help troubled teens in need of character formation and re-formation.  Great for use in general classrooms and youth activities to undergird healthy character formation in the pre-teen and teen years. Mentoring teens can be a wild dance. As adults, we count and measure our movements. Teens have created their own music and their own steps, they dance to the cycle of adolescent change in an effort to become an adult.  

Remember that this kicks off our Summit & Festival week. See full schedule and details.