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Converging Stories: The Fall, virtual + live is tonight! Here’s what to expect.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Raleigh Convergence is no longer publishing, as of April 1, 2022. Read more.

Tonight is our virtual night of storytelling for our fall Converging Stories event!

Tickets are still available.

About Converging Stories: The Fall

Three community storytellers and Raleigh Convergence’s editor will each share a true, first-person story on the theme on ‘The Fall’ and its many interpretations.

Each story is about 10 minutes. [meet the storytellers]

Knowing some are more comfortable with a virtual setting, we’re hosting a separate all-virtual + live event.

Live storytelling tickets

 Virtual event: 7 p.m. tonight (Monday) live over Zoom. [TICKETS]

If you join…

Our storytellers will share their stories at the virtual event like they would IRL — but since your camera and mic won’t be on, feel free to join us comfortably from your couch!

There will be some opportunities for feedback and reflection in the Zoom webinar chat.

The virtual event link will be sent only to ticketholders, so make sure to purchase your ticket!

Other questions? Contact editor@raleighconvergence.com.

Thanks to our supporting sponsors, Sharon Jackman Hynotherapy for Women and Home Instead!

Learn more about supporting sponsorships and corporate member benefits by emailing membership@raleighconvergence.com!

Our last Converging Stories event of 2021 will be Nov. 8, themed ‘Tradition.’ Learn more about the 2021 series here.

Author: raleighconvergence

Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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