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Converging Stories: Tradition, our in-person event, 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 outdoors, in-person night of storytelling at Pine State Coffee!

Tickets are still available. Tickets will be available at the door beginning at 6:30 p.m. if we don’t sell out in advance today. 

What to expect at our in-person event: 

Stories begin at 7 p.m. tonight (Monday) at Pine State Coffee in Raleigh. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Address: 1614 Automotive Way, off Capital Boulevard in Raleigh.

How to get to Pine State Coffee: Look for signage on a freestanding building that says “The Laboratory.” Runologie also shares the space with Pine State Coffee.

How to park: Parking is available in front of the building, behind the building in a gravel lot, and on the street.

Refreshments + seating: This event is general admission and tables/seating are first come, first served. Pine State Coffee will have refreshments for purchase or donation.

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

Thanks to our media sponsorWUNC!

Learn more about supporting sponsorships by emailing membership@raleighconvergence.com!

About Converging Stories: Tradition

Four community storytellers will each share a true, first-person story on the theme on ‘Tradition’ and its many interpretations.

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

This is the last Converging Stories event of the 2021 season. The next season will begin in spring 2022.

Can’t make it tonight? Prefer virtual? 

Virtual event: 7 p.m. Wednesday, live over Zoom. [TICKETS]

About the series: Converging Stories is a local live storytelling series from Raleigh Convergence. Storytellers are Raleigh area residents — your neighbors. By sharing diverse lived experiences, we grow empathy and kindness in our community.

Author: raleighconvergence

Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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