Among the beauty of the International Peace Garden near Jordan Park (SLC, UT), is the place of wonder and awe as your youth learn the art of storytelling from experts Cherie Davis and Ginger Parkinson.
With plenty of shade for proper distancing, each youth receives a mask, an area to express themselves through body movement, and show facial expressions.
Wednesday-Friday, August 12-14, 2020, 10:00am-11:30am MDT, International Peace Gardens, SLC, UT
The Limited-Sized/Proper-Distanced is free upon pre-registration through Wild Apricot. We limit to 20 youth aged 8-17 with 10 spots reserved for Salt Lake City, Utah residents. The costs associated with this are covered thanks to the generous funding of the Salt Lake City Arts Council as well as the Zoo, Arts & Parks of Salt Lake County.
What People Say
My first day I thought it wouldn’t be fun, but I loved it. And I was excited to tell everyone my story.Traven, Youth
My kids came home every day talking about how much fun they were having. And I love the public speaking confidence they get from this experience.Julie Jardine, Parent
Thank you for teaching me. I am going to go home and teach my family about storytelling.Morgan, Youth
In case of inclement weather or change in codes/phases, we will have a Zoom link available. Though, we do have approval from the Salt Lake City Public Lands at this time.