After time and action of the sea, smashing the bottles into pieces, smoothing them into treasures, these shattered pieces of glass become: Sea Glass.
As with sea glass, what start as a simple tale then flash in our psyche. World tales stand the test of time and contain “refractions” that touch the hearts of listeners.
Folktales and fairytales persist because they have three “refractions” that draw people to them. Sean Buvala from Arizona will talk about using these truths to make our own personal-tales as strong as these. This workshop is not about telling a folktale and a personal tale at the same time.
When: Monday, May 22, 2017, 10:00am-3:00pm
Where: Nishiguichi Home, 742 South 850 East, Bountiful, UT
Registration: $100.00, includes boxed lunch
There are two steps to register:
1. Complete this online registration form by clicking here
2. Pay when you arrive (debit, credit, check or cash), opt for payment plan-2 or 4 times for once a month-or click to pre-pay here
For more info, please see http://seaglassstorytelling.com.
Feel free to contact Rachel Hedman, Story Crossroads Director, through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (801) 870-5799.