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Storyborne Presents: Heart Stories
Saturday, February 15, 2020, 04:00pm - 07:00pm

Storyborne Presents the Second Annual Heart Stories 2020 on Saturday, February 15

Please arrive feeling comfortable and nourished for this 3-hour program. BluJay Kombucha will be for sale. No other food or beverage will be for sale at the event. While there is a brief intermission, this is a program packed with powerful performances. Trigger warning and parental discretion advised: Stories will broach the topics of mental and physical illnesses and death.

Free & Public thanks to the Port Townsend Arts Commission, $15 suggested donation

4 PM Doors Open at the Cotton Building

Everyone gathers for the opening celebration. Music by Alex Dugdale, horns, Josh Potter, percussion and Micaela Kingslight, vocals.

A door volunteer will ask you for your name to check that you are on the reservation list. That volunteer will then hand you your venue passes, which will include a schedule and lineups. You will receive a pass to enter the Cotton Building as well as a pass to enter one other venue. You will select your second venue at the time you make your reservation. The reservation system will show you the lineups for each venue to help you make your choice. You may select the Cotton Building as your “second” venue and remain in the Cotton Building for the entire program.
4:30 PM Storyteller Jefferson Greene of the Warm Springs Reservation tells his story titled “Úwitkni: From the Beginning.”
5 PM Sea of Stories

Everyone travels to their chosen Sea of Stories venue to listen to three more stories. The Cotton Building transforms into a more intimate venue for those who elect to remain in that building.

Sea of Stories lineups:

Cotton Building

Ward Serrill: Cracking the World Open: How a dog saved an accountant’s life in wild Alaska

Jenny Lee: The Calling of the Sea: A story in song

Cara Faith: How I Won a Lip Syncing Battle at Seven Cedars Casino: Do you ever wonder if it’s possible for a nighttime dream to become your daytime reality?

Pope Marine Building

Zinnia Hansen: The story of a smile

AJ Hawkins: The Hurt & The Sickness: Self-portraits in paint & prose from
my year of severe iatrogenic illness

Brooke Weber: My Killer Big Toe: A Nonlinear Narrative of Living

Jefferson County Museum of Art & History

Judy Duncan: Rush: Grow up, get old, start over

Leslie Tapper: An Octopus’ Garden By the Sea: A story of adaptation, survival and finding true colors

Zinnia Hansen: The story of a smile

Northwind Arts Center

Brooke Weber: My Killer Big Toe: A Nonlinear Narrative of Living

Cheri Kopp: Thanks Mom: A story of love, loss & longing

Judy Duncan: Rush: Grow up, get old, start over
5:45 PM Intermission

Everyone returns to the Cotton Building. More music by Alex & Josh
6 PM Mainstage Finale

Three final stories:

Charles Morris, Mindfulness Pioneer at Microsoft, Family Myths: Insight into what we are here to do from those that came before us

The Poetic Justice Theatre Ensemble presents Playback Theatre taking prompts from the audience

Bonnie Obremski, founder of Storyborne and creator of Heart Stories, The Legacy of the Ringmaster.

Location Port Townsend Area, Port Townsend, WA, 98368
Event Sponsor: Storyborne
Web Site: https://www.storyborne.com/events/heart-stories-2020
Contact 774-272-0730, bonnie@storyborne.com
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