True Tales, Told Live will return to The Goods Sustainable Grocery on Friday, Oct. 13, with “Lucked Out.” Stories will start at 6:30 p.m.
According to a release, the storytelling event will feature local storytellers sharing true stories about things that happened to them — life with no notes. Each story will be seven minutes long.
On Facebook, the group wrote that the theme leans into the superstition surrounding Friday the 13th, and each of the stories will center on luck.
“Good luck, bad luck, weird luck — up to you to interpret,” they wrote.
Admission is free, the release says, but seating is limited. Though stories start at 6:30 p.m., the release notes that the kitchen at The Goods closes at 6:15 p.m., encouraging attendees to come early to order their food.
The event, long held multiple times a year before the COVID-19 pandemic, returned from hiatus earlier this year in May with “In A Pickle.” That hour of storytelling can be streamed from KDLL 91.9 FM Public Radio on their website at kdll.org.
For more information, find “True Tales Told Live” on Facebook at facebook.com/TrueStoriesToldLiveAlaska.
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