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by Press Release
September 20, 2017

SEPTEMBER 29th, 6:00-8:00 p.m. 

TRUE STORYTELLING IN AN INTIMATE CAFE SETTING at BITTERSWEET CO. CAFE

SHARING STORIES ON THE THEME OF "RESILIENCE" 

WITH GUEST FEATURES

BOBBY BLAIR, ARTEMIS JOUKOWSKY and LIBBY FRANCK 

hosted by Cheryl Perreault

Inspired by "The Moth" true storytelling programs, the first program of new season takes place on September 29th at Bittersweet Co. Cafe in Hopkinton, Mass. The first hour offers three 20 minute feature storytellers followed by a half hour of  5 minute community stories from the audience. The mix of professional and community stories provides for a rich, diverse offering of entertaining and meaningful moments of life told through the medium of true stories.

Our guest features for this first event on Friday, September 29th will include

beloved New England- based Storyteller, Libby Franck, PBS and HBO Documentary Film Producer, Artemis Joukowsky and (back by popular demand), Holliston's "Mayor of Mudville", Bobby Blair

Bittersweet Co. True Storytelling is located at 28 Main St. Hopkinton, Mass

Doors open at 5:45 p.m.  to get seats and mingle. 

The three guest feature storytellers get started at 6:20 p.m. and ends at 8:00 p.m.

Admission is $15 which provides a seat, beverage of choice, pastry

and a chance to put name in the hat to tell a 5 minute story.

Proceeds earned beyond program expenses will be donated to Direct Relief organization to help assist our neighbors dealing with the recent flooding and hurricanes in Texas, Florida and other affected coastal communities. 

Seating for this monthly program is limited. Please send an email to cbperreault@gmail.com  if you would like to reserve one or more seats for this first exciting program of the new season.

 

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Comments (2)

Brenda and I had the pleasure of attending this event last year. It is not going to be on WGBH

- Warren Chamberlain | 9/20/17 8:59 AM

Will this be airing on WGBH if so when?

- jean morrissey | 9/20/17 7:35 AM

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