Friday, November 15, 2019
5:00pm to 7:00pm at Peterborough Town Library
Following the success of Firelight Theatre Workshop’s Pop up stories about “Tiny Friendship Stories” this past summer, we are continuing this tradition of community collaboration in support of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week November 16th-24th.
We are asking for stories of 100 words or less inspired by the prompt “Hunger & Homelessness: Stories of Hope.” Perhaps you have experienced hunger or housing insecurity or you have helped someone experiencing the same. We would like to hear your story.
The stories can be submitted to Jason Lambert and Lisa Rogers, email firstname.lastname@example.org, by November 8th.
Some stories will be selected to be read by actors from Firelight Theatre Workshop and ConVal High School at an art opening by ConVal High School students being held at the Peterborough Library on November 15th titled “What Does it mean to Feel at Home?” Stories will also be recorded, so the community can listen to them while the art show is exhibited at the library.
Please share this call for stories with others you think might have a story to tell.
We want your story to be heard. It is important these stories are heard. Out of respect for writers who wish to remain anonymous, all submissions recordings, and readings will be listed anonymously. The privacy of all writers will be completely upheld.
Facebook & Instagram: @hungerandhomlessnessawareness
More details about Peterborough Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week: www.matsnh.org/hhaw