Presented by Passages Canada and the Multicultural Association of Fredericton
We want to hear your stories, Fredericton! National storytelling initiative Passages Canada is coming to Fredericton to gather local stories of immigration, cultural identity, and heritage at this FREE workshop.
Help us capture the cultural diversity of Fredericton: bring an object or a photograph that tells a story of your immigration journey, your heritage, or your family’s ancestry. This could be: a ticket stub, a letter, a piece of clothing, currency, a family heirloom, a family photograph, a toy, travel documents, or anything else that is meaningful to you. Nous invitons les francophones à partager leurs histoires en français!
Facilitators from Passages Canada will offer exercises and tips on how to tell a compelling story and improve communications skills. Objects and stories will be recorded so that they can be added to Passages Canada’s Story Archive, a “living archive” of Canada’s diversity.
Complimentary refreshments will be provided.
When: Monday, February 9th, 2015 from 5:30 to 7:45 PM
Where: Fredericton Intercultural Centre, Wellness Centre, 28 Saunders St, Fredericton, NB
Check out full details and RSVP here. Register as soon as possible—spaces are limited!