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Bowen Lee “Hope is an Action Word”
October 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT$5.00 – $10.00
Climate crisis is not the new normal. It is a conflict that must be resolved, and each one of us can play a part in this resolution. Traditional stories can give us the keys to how we can accomplish this challenge. Current day examples of people reversing the adverse effects of climate change show us it is possible.
Climate Change Steward, Bowen Lee, will tell some tales to get you thinking, motivate and inspire you, and help you carry out your own climate change stewardship. Whether you are actively doing your best to help the planet, or wondering where to start, or not convinced anything needs to be done at all, you are invited to attend this evening of stories of hope and encouragement.
Saturday, October 28th at 7:00 PM in the 1762 Hennepin space. Tickets: Adults $10; Children 10-17, $5
Storyteller Bowen Lee is not a tree hugger and doesn’t recommend the practice unless you like splinters. She does listen to what trees can tell her, and they have some good stories to tell. A West Coast storyteller who has been an environmentalist and educator for nearly 40 years. Editor for the Storycology section of the StoryBeast digital magazine, and a member of Asian American Storytellers In Action, Artists Standing Strong Together, and the Storytelling Association of California. Bowen Lee has been a winner of story slams and grand slams for National Storytelling Network and Six Feet Apart, and has performed at the Bay Area Storytelling Festival, the Women’s Storytelling Festival, Settle Stories of the UK, and many libraries and museums.
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