Ypsi Storytelling Night

. November 30, 2018.
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Join Concentrate and On the Ground Ypsilanti for a night of storytelling, laughter, and reminiscence about Ypsilanti and the place it holds in the hearts and minds of its residents. Beloved local storytellers will share the mic with new storytellers making their Ypsi debuts. Featured storytellers include: Cherisa Allen, Keith Jason, Alice Kepchar, Dyann Logwood, Yodit Mesfin-Johnson, Heather Neff, Robin Newell, Caroline Sanders, and Muddasar Tawakkul.

Free, RSVP requested.

Wednesday, December 5 | 7pm

Riverside Arts Center Off Center | 76 N Huron St, Ypsilanti
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