Hi Everyone,

Olympia got at least 4 inches of snow yesterday so I’m glad I didn’t have to drive home late from Seattle and end up in that. I hope everyone up north made it through without a trip to the auto body shop.

A bunch of folks wrote me to say that the link to Chris’s story wasn’t working. Here’s the corrected link: https://soundcloud.com/paul-currington/fgs-call-to-action-chris-10-27-2016

If you need to get a storytelling fix before the next FGS show in January you can check out the links below.

I’ll be telling a story that I’ve kept from my family for the last 14 years at A Guide to Visitors next Tuesday:

http://www.agtv.org/notes/agtvs-2016-best-of-show-december-13-2016/

One of our regular’s is teaching a 3-hour storytelling class on Dec 15

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/storytelling-101-workshop-learn-to-tell-the-personal-story-tickets-28901559342?aff=fgs

The Seattle Storytellers Guild is having their annual holiday storytelling open-mic on Dec 16 (it’s free)

http://seattlestorytellers.org/ssg/events/event-1470.html

And if you’ve never been to a live Moth show you have a chance to tick that one off your bucket list on January 5. Tickets go fast so keep that in mind.

Moth StorySLAM January 5 at the Freemont Abbey

http://seattlestorytellers.org/ssg/events/event-1630.html

I’m not affiliated with any of these shows so if you have any questions click on the links and email the producers.

Thanks again for supporting FGS and all the people who get up and share their stories. I’m looking forward to seeing a bunch of you on Jan 26.

Paul
freshgroundstories@gmail.com

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