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Near Death Story Hour

November 2, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

$15

Friday, Nov 2

6.15 pm: Doors   6:30 pm:  Music  7-9 pm: Stories

Starrlight Mead’s new location @ The Plant:  130 Lorax Lane, Pittsboro

Tickets available by donation to Death Faire – donations under $100 are being matched graciously by a grant from F4DC.  Thank you for helping us meet our goal!  Seats are limited to 80 in this intimate venue.Seats are limited to 80 in this intimate venue.

TICKETS HERE

You may tell a tale that takes up residence in someone’s soul, becomes their blood and self and purpose. That tale will move them and drive them and who knows that they might do because of it, because of your words. That is your role, your gift.

Erin Morgenstern,  The Night Circus

 

Join us for Abundance NC’s inaugural Story Hour event: Near Death Story Hour.  On Death Faire’s eve, six local storytellers will share their near death experiences with us.  This is a creative endeavor.  There will be no slideshows.  No presentations.  No sales pitches.  Just six people sharing their tales of tiptoeing beyond the veil.

In Starrlight Meads new hall – amongst candles and firelight, we’ll convene over mead for the hauntingly beautiful music of Angela Winter.  Stories will start at 7pm and last no later than 9pm.

Note that while this event is on the eve of Death Faire – the tickets are separate.  To learn more about Death Faire, visit here!

Speakers Include:  Nation Hahn, Tracey Turner-Keyser, Kj Laurro, Leif Diamant, Erin Dee, and Lee Lawrence.

 

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Date:
November 2, 2018
Time:
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$15

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At Abundance we bring people together to cultivate and celebrate community resilience in the Piedmont of North Carolina. Learn more about us and what we do.

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“…We have barely disembarked into life…we’ve only just now been born, let’s not fill our mouths with so many uncertain names, with so many sad labels, with so many pompous letters, with so much yours and mine, with so much signing of papers. I intend to confuse things, to unite them, make them new-born intermingle them, undress them, until the light of the world has the unity of the ocean, a generous wholeness, a fragrance alive and crackling.”
― Pablo Neruda

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