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Mar 10th, 2017 (Fri)
  Do Not Submit

Do Not Submit is a judgment and pressure free night for storytellers from zero to decades of experience to connect, share stories, and hone their craft. For the first time, we are making these true local events, in that each one will reach out to, welcome, and be run by people from the immediate community. Hosts: Margaret Burk and Peter LeGrand

Second Friday of the Month 6:30 pm Sign-Up 7 pm Stories!
Admission No cover

East Gate Cafe
102 Harrison, Oak Park, 60304
donotsubmitchicago@gmail.com
www.donotsubmitchicago.org

Mar 18th, 2017 (Sat)
  ISI Open Mic and Featured Teller Gerry Dignan

Gerry Dignan tells stories and sings songs of Old Ireland. “Back in the mid-70’s, my Great Aunt Ellen Quinn and other relatives & friends from the west of Ireland, told me stories in their kitchens and passed along the old Irish folklore and beliefs, superstitions and ways of life before the arrival of the modern era to their fields, bogs and cottages. I promised Aunt Ellen I would tell the stories of old Ireland in America and so I do just that. And, of course, with a sprinkle of Irish music."
www.gerrydignan.com

7:00 Open Mic 8:15 Featured Teller
Admission  No Cover Charge, Donations Gratefully Accepted

Lewis Hall, Lewis Lounge, Dominican University, 7900 W. Division, River Forest, Il 60305
708-465-6305
info@storytelling.org
www.storytelling.org

Mar 21st, 2017 (Tue)
  HOMEWOOD STORIES

Come join us!! True stories, told live
Melissa Perrin, Mac McDeVitt, host/producer Dr. Karen ODonnell
Special guest Doug Lipman to share "My Mother and the Menorah". My Christian mother's tacky electric menorah—and its hidden power.
Having a Jewish father and a Christian mother, Doug Lipman saw how stories can mold loving relationships—and how every story can be told from more than one point of view. No wonder Doug became an internationally known storyteller and pioneering storytelling coach!

doors open 6:15 show 7:30 -9:00 PM
Admission entrance is free, min $10 donation requested at exit

Ravisloe Country Club
18231 S. Park
Homewood, IL 60430
http://www.ravisloe.com/events-at-ravisloe-country-club/

708-798-2224
karen@homewoodstories.org
www.homewoodstories.org