February 25 2019 - State of the Story - Tears and Laughter Through Loss

By: Dar Bellissimo
Monday, March 4, 2019

It was a sold-out night at State of the Story on February 25 at the State Theater.  It was a safe place for the community to come together and share their stories of living and loss.  This event is held twice a year in the Spring and Fall.  Visit their Facebook page to learn about this event.

If you attended the event,  we would love to hear about your experience, please use the form below.

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