Attend a Night of Seasonal Stories with the Collaborative

The holiday-themed storytelling event features local writers and musicians, who will present their own work and favorite classics.
Holiday Story Night Edits

Photo courtesy Uriah Donnelly.

Let your imagination soar while listening to creative stories that match your holiday spirit. On December 18 from 8 to 10 p.m., join the Collaborative, the nonprofit arts organization in Warren, for its annual storytelling night at the Gallery. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and light refreshments can be enjoyed before the event begins. Though this is a free event, donations are also accepted.

According to the Collaborative director Uriah Donnelly, this is the Collaborative’s favorite event of the year. “It’s always a heartwarming, joyful evening filled with holiday cheer,” says Donnelly. “We want to share stories that are meaningful to us and that carry themes that we can all relate to.”

The night will feature many of the state’s talented musicians and writers, sharing original songs and stories or well-known classics. Performers include Aubrey Atwater, Jeff Danielian, Raffini and Sally V. Turner, Elwood Donnelly, Peri DeLorenzo, Ernest Edwards and Julie Fantechi.

Also check out the artwork of Bristol artist and long-time Collaborative member Joe Lytle at the Market Street Gallery throughout the weekend.

The Gallery, 4 Market St., Warren,



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