Do Tell returns on November 15, 2018!
“Do Tell! – Greeley Voices that Inspire” features compelling stories presented by local residents on stage at the Hensel Phelps Theater. The stories are not the work of professional presenters but are based upon the experiences of “real people.”
These folks are selected through an audition process to tell their story. The storytellers offer an array of topics with personal and unique perspectives. In addition, these experiences have had a significant impact on the storyteller’s life.
“From Canterbury Tales to modern day TED Talks, storytelling remains an enduring means to relate the human experience,” notes Becky Safarik, Greeley Creative District President.
Stay tuned for more information regarding Call for Storytellers.
Ticket link coming this Summer!
Visit the Do Tell page on the Greeley Creative District website to see last year’s inspirational stories.
This event is held in conjunction with the Downtown Development Authority’s annual Holiday Open House event. During this FREE event, families can enjoy free admission to the museum, in addition to craft activities for the kids.
Visitors can enjoy candle dipping as well as creating their own ornaments. Food concessions are available with proceeds benefiting the Friends of the Greeley Museums. The Stevens-Reynolds House is decorated in traditional holiday style and Selma’s Store is available for visitors to shop for unique gifts and other holiday items. Admission is only $4 per adult and $2 per senior or child. Youth ages 12 and under are free with each canned food donation for the Weld County Food Bank. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
First Friday: A Night of Art is a great opportunity to visit local galleries and businesses featuring rotating artwork in Downtown Greeley. Held the first Friday of each month from 5-8 pm, it is a self-guided tour and maps are available at each of the participating galleries. See a full list of participating businesses from the Downtown Development Authority.
This is the final day to check out the “One City, One Community” exhibition at the Greeley History Museum. A collaboration between the Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado and the City of Greeley Museums, the “One City, One Community” exhibition at the Greeley History Museum, 714 8th St., raises awareness about refugees and immigrants in the Greeley community. Visitors to the exhibit will learn about the experiences of refugees and immigrants through first-hand narratives, images and more. Learn more at GreeleyMuseums.com.