What I Didn’t Know

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April 28, 2019

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What I Didn’t Know

Please join us for the Northwest Narrative Medicine Collaborative's second Seattle Storytelling event. We invite you to tell a health-care related story on the theme "What I Didn't Know." Your story can be funny, serious, heartfelt, absurd, lyrical, etc. We are seeking story-tellers and story-appreciators, as we gather together to build a narrative medicine community.

Story guidelines:
7 minutes or less
you may read from a written story, or tell a story extemporaneously
please maintain patient/people privacy and don't use actual names unless you have permission
story content can range from serious to funny to absurd to dramatic
the event will not be recorded
the event will not be judged

Doors at 5:30; event from 6p-8p.

If you want to be a Storyteller, please purchase the free Storyteller Tickets; if you are not a Storyteller, tickets cost $15.

Date And Time
Sun, April 28, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM PDT

Location
Shafer Baillie Mansion Bed & Breakfast
907 14th Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98112

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