Do Tell: Greeley Voices that Inspire

When:
November 17, 2016 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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Where:
Union Colony Civic Center
701 10th St
Greeley, CO 80631
USA
Cost:
$25

Do Tell returns on November 17.

“Do Tell! – Greeley Voices that Inspire” returns November 17, 2016, from 7-9pm at the Union Colony Civic Center. Tickets are $25 and on sale now at UCStars.com

“Do Tell!” will feature 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” who have been selected through an audition process to tell their story. The storytellers will offer an array of topics with personal and unique perspectives that have had a significant impact on the storyteller’s life in some way.

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.

Do Tell! on Facebook

This past February, the inaugural “Do Tell! – Greeley Voices that Inspire” event featured eight compelling stories presented by local residents and you can relive all of those stories on the Do Tell page at the Greeley Creative District website.

I am a wife and mother of two rambunctious boys living in Loveland Colorado after our brief stay on the Western Slope. We are transplants from the beautiful mountain town of Flagstaff Arizona. But nothing compares to the Rocky Mountains!  While I grew up in the Phoenix area, I moved to Flagstaff when I went to college at NAU where I got my degree in journalism. I want to work with local businesses. If you are local, own a business and found this website, it wasn’t by accident. Shoot me an email and let’s work together!

Heather Jones

I am a wife and mother of two rambunctious boys living in Loveland Colorado after our brief stay on the Western Slope. We are transplants from the beautiful mountain town of Flagstaff Arizona. But nothing compares to the Rocky Mountains!  While I grew up in the Phoenix area, I moved to Flagstaff when I went to college at NAU where I got my degree in journalism. I want to work with local businesses. If you are local, own a business and found this website, it wasn’t by accident. Shoot me an email and let’s work together!

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