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Story Slam June 19: SECRETS

Come out for the next On The Fly Story Slam on Tuesday, June, 19 where storytellers     (yes, you!) will have a chance to tell a 5-minute story based on personal lived experience. Our theme for the night is SECRETS. If you’ve ever kept secrets, you know their power to warp and alter reality, to change relationships and complicate your life in both funny and more serious ways. We want to hear your story. Time to come clean!

And if you think you have a story but are unsure how to tell it, here are some tips and tricks from the expert storytellers at The Moth:

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On The Fly May 15: Stuck

We had a small, but dedicated crowd this week despite tornado and flood warnings, and a fantastic line-up of stories. Michael’s story about competing in a car race for the blind was particularly memorable. Can you imagine?
Next month’s story slam will be June 19. The theme of that night’s stories will be SECRETS. We know you’ve got them!

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The aftermath (poster) Stories of the aftermath. According to the dictionary, the word “aftermath” can either mean “the consequences or aftereffects of a significant unpleasant event” or “new grass growing after mowing or harvest.” Whether stories of regeneration or fundamental change, we invite you to come tell your personal stories about that which followed.

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Close calls: Story slam this week

  Have you every found yourself in a precarious situation only to find that luck was on your side? Narrowly missed a natural, personal, or work related disaster? Did you almost get married, but then thought better of it?

Close calls come in many forms, and we only know them as close calls because they didn’t happen. Close call stories are stories about things that almost happened – but didn’t. Come out to tell yours!

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Good or bad, we all have them. Neighbors! The people next door, down the street, across the state or country border. Those that stay in your life forever, or the ones you only know for a moment.

Join us on Tuesday February 20th in a celebration of the people living close to us by telling a 5-minute story about your NEIGHBORS.

♪ Would you be mine, could you be mine, won’t you be my neighbor♪

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First story slam of 2018

Whether it’s buying a new car or switching careers, lover, religion, gender, fashion style or eating habits, you’ve surely had an experience of scrapping an old way of doing things and starting fresh.

Starting over might be terrifying, exhilarating, or challenging, and the outcome enlightening, funny, or even tragic. Regardless, there’s bound to be a good story whenever someone decides it’s time to reshuffle the cards and set out on a new journey.

With the beginning of the new year, we invite you to come tell a five-minute story about a time in your life when you had to, chose to, wanted to or failed to start over.

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Spooky stories

Get in the Halloween spirit at the next On The Fly Story Slam.

Come share stories of all things uncanny, inexplicable, ghostly or just straight up scary. You’ve got 5 minutes to tell a story based on you personal experience of something that made the hairs on your neck stand up, challenged your sense of reality, scared the pants off you, or made you revel in the wonders of the unknown.

Come put your name in the hat on October 25.