Storytelling Night at AX
Friday, March 1, 6:00 p.m.
When the sun goes down and the sky darkens, storytellers will gather at AX on the first night of March to entertain us with tales of long ago and far away, or yesterday on the farm just down the road. As in days of old before technology ruled the world, we’ll gather around a “campfire” on a late-winter night to bring some warmth to your soul. You, your friends, and your family are welcome to join us – and maybe tell a tale: of your town, your family, school days, or whatever else you please.
You don’t need to be a writer. Just tell us a story. Make us laugh. Scare us a little. Make us smile. But keep in mind there might be kids.
“Storytelling Night” is part of Gerard Collins’ exhibition, The Book That Wrote Itself. An award-winning author and professor of literature, Gerard pays homage to his Atlantic roots, sitting around a woodstove or campfire, when his elders would tell stories of days gone by.
If you know someone who likes to tell a story, or someone who enjoys a good yarn, please tell them about this unique event. Everyone is welcome, and this event is free, thanks in part to funding from the New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture.