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Do-Over Live Storytelling Event April 27

PLAINFIELD – Local Vermont storytellers share their “do-over” stories about second chance, starting over, and redemption for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April).

Mosaic Vermont will host a live storytelling event at the Plainfield Opera House on April 27, featuring six local storytellers who have been selected to share their stories. This event creates a space to witness the impact that telling and listening to stories has on our collective and individual healing.

“Sharing our stories is a courageous assertion that we matter; it’s saying that our experiences are important and worth reflecting on. The listener has an essential role; they are receiving the storyteller’s vulnerability, and if they listen with compassion, affirming their humanity.

The show begins at 6 p.m. The venue is wheelchair accessible and all are welcome. Entry is sliding scale, but a donation is appreciated.

Mosaic Vermont is an organization that helps survivors of sexual violence in Washington County whose mission is to heal communities and end sexual violence. A Mosaic advocate is always available at (802) 479-5577 or (802) 476-1388.

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