The theme is Cheechako: stories of being green in the Great State.
We’ll start at 7:00pm at Northern Light United Church.
Cost is $7. Profits benefit the Zach Gordon Youth Center. Coppa coffee & Rookery cookies will be available for purchase.
Storytellers are: Tom Kelly, Jim Hale, Tanna Peters, Nico Bus, Candice Bressler, Graham Story, and Tony Newman.
Music by Njuzu Marimbas
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