Tell Us Something believes that everyone has a story. We believe that all stories matter. We believe that storytelling brings us together as a community. We believe that stories connect us as community members, open our hearts, change our minds, change our community and change the world for the better.
PLEASE, IF YOU CAN, GIVE GENEROUSLY DURING THIS YEAR'S MISSOULA GIVES.
For the past 11 years, Tell Us Something has supported the community through the art of storytelling and reaches people through live events, storytelling workshops, podcasts, our YouTube channel, and now live streaming storytelling events.
Join English teacher Nerma Dobričanin and Tell Us Something host Marc Moss as they chat about life during the pandemic in Rožaje, Montenegro, a difficult pregnancy and her experience visiting the United States.
This week on the podcast, join me as we go behind the scenes with local artist Tabitha Martinez, sometimes known as BMartinez. Tabatha designed the poster for the September 2017 event. The theme that night was “Up the Blackfoot”.
WHAT: Live in-person storytelling event: Local storytellers sharing their true personal stories without notes.
Theme: Forward to Better
WHEN: August 10. Seating begins at 6PM and storytelling begins at 7PM
WHERE: Bonner Park Bandshell
This event will feature ASL interpreters to accommodate our Deaf friends.
Chairs are provided.
This is a general admission show.
Parents are reminded that Tell Us Something sometimes has adult themes and stories may contain adult language.