November 22, 2019 –
Flock to the Monona Library for an evening of unabashed wittiness, depth, and humor as our storytellers (amateur and professional) take flight in stories of "winging it". Tellers will bare their feathers with stories of frantically improvising, avian encounters, or nest into other interpretations of our theme. Prepare to quack up, get your feathers ruffled, or take a birdbath in your tears.
Click the event title to register. Teens and adults welcome.
Who are the tellers? Teens and adults are invited to share a true story on the evening's theme. Stories must be under 5 minutes, which is surprisingly tricky so practice, practice, practice!
How can I sign up to be a teller? Please enter a note in your registration and your name will be put in the hat for a chance to share your story! For storytelling tips and tricks please watch this 5-min or 12-minute video. And remember to keep it PG-13.
Can I come to just listen & not tell a story? Yes, of course! We won't have time for everyone to share a story but a great audience is part of the experience! Listen, laugh, applaud & weep. No interrupting. No heckling.