story bowl comes to Reno
Last year my friend Andrea shared a vision with her community.
She “imagined a group of women (who didn’t know each other) around a table, eating beautiful food, and passing around a bowl filled with story prompts. One by one, they would tell an impromptu story about their lives. It would be connecting, and nourishing, compassion building and healing”.
I loved her vision so much that she has allowed me to share it with you, here in Reno.
What thrills me about the idea is that I have been craving real connection with other like minded women and know there must be others out there that are too.
If you know me, you know, that I love hosting people and celebrating with others. So the combination of a celebration + a story thrills me.
Just like Andrea, I also believe in the power of storytelling.
For centuries people have passed down their histories and stories by talking and communicating with others in their communities.
Author Philip Pullman said: ” After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.”
A storybowl is no exception. Andrea has been holding them for a year and I am honored to continue her tradition in Reno. In Andrea’s words: “It is just the right mix of fun, connection, deep nourishment, compassion building and healing.”
Please join me for a bowl.
Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Location: Josefs Bakery and Cafe – 933 West Moana Lane
Reno, Nevada 89509 phone 775-825-0451
Brunch included in the price: $40.00
Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Time: 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: Midtown Eats Restaurant- 719 South Virginia Street
Reno, Nevada phone 775-324-3287
Dinner included in the price: $55.00
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