West End Story Stage: An Evening of Stories at Morning Owl

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The Ottawa StoryTellers now bring storytelling to lovely Kanata. With the kindly assistance of the Morning Owl (1047 Canadian Shield Ave., Kanata), a monthly series of tales has begun. So, come in, and fill your ears, and your imagination.

Starting at 6pm on the third Wednesday of the month, the evenings include three sets of stories and two breaks, wrapping up the evening around 7:45pm.

Pay-What-You-Can (suggested $5 minimum).

Winter/Spring 2019 Shows

Truth is Stranger that Fiction, I should know, I was there! Stories by… Sally Olsen, Rae-Ann Kublick, and Joan Peterson | January 16

Ancient Stories of Compelling Women as told by Jennifer Cayley | February 20

Nevertheless, They Persisted: Stories of hope. Stories of survival. Stories of finding yourself again, as told by Marie Bilodeau | March 20

Shiners and Fenians: Political violence in early Ottawa with Dai Chaplin and Cecilia Blanchfield | April 17

A mixed bag/variety/medley/assortment of stories as told by Tom Lips and Bob Woods | May 15

"It seemed like a good idea at the time" -- ideas that went badly wrong, with teller Phil Nagy | June 19