Join the Voices from HOME Oral History Project for a live storytelling event on the theme “Together” on Friday, May 22 at 6 pm.
Helen Keller once said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”
We want to know:
How have you spent time together? Have you worked with your community to make it better? Was there a time when you were feeling totally alone and then, surprise, someone showed up to fill the void? Or vice versa: you were the one who showed up when needed? Did someone or something bring you together with the love of your life? Have you worked to get your life together, alone or with others? Maybe an exciting night with friends is something you still talk about. We want to know what you’ve done together!
The key word here is “together,” and whatever memory or story that conjures up, sharing it with us on story slam night could be entertaining or perhaps inspirational. Come together (but apart on Zoom) to share your 4-8 minute TRUE story, or listen to the stories of others!
You can join online at: https://networkmaine.zoom.us/j/85129257760 or dial in by phone: 1-646-876-9923. (Zoom Meeting ID: 851 2925 7760.)
Voices from HOME is also involved in a regional project to collect stories about life in Central Maine during the COVID-19 pandemic. Help us document this important time in history by contributing a story, image, audio recording, or video to the Heart of Maine Emergency Archive.