Free or Discounted Tickets to Storytelling Event
Fri, Oct 14 5:32pm
Sanchez

For anyone interested in this storytelling event....

I wanted to remind you about the upcoming Odds Bodkin storytelling events in Lafayette in November.    Also, that the Lafayette Cultural Arts Commission awarded the Parent Engagement Network a grant to provide free tickets to the performance and 1/2 price tickets to the workshop to those this financial assistance for families and teachers at Sanchez ES (as well as Ryan and Pioneer E.S).      These can be obtained/purchased by visiting http://www.parentengagementnetwork.org/odds-bodkin and signing in with the promo codes "FREE" (for free tickets) or "WORKSHOP" (for 1/2 price workshop).

 

Odds Bodkin is a world-class performer that will "wow" the crowd at the performance and greatly inspire and educate folks who take his workshop!   See short blurbs, below, and flyers, attached.  Let me know if you have any questions.    I hope the Sanchez community will join us for these great events!

 

Martin Ogle

720-612-0506

 

“Stories of the Land,” a performance by master storyteller, Odds Bodkin, for family audiences (adults and kids age 7 and up) will be held on Wednesday, November 2, at 6:30 p.m. at Angevine Middle School in Lafayette.  Stories from all over the world that reveal connections between land and people will be featured.  Elizabeth Applebaum, Apple Tree Editor for the Detroit Jewish News says “With nothing more than his guitar and voice, he manages to paint a scene more captivating than much of what you see on the big screen.”  This will be an evening you and your family will never forget!  Tickets are $10.   A special rate of $38 for families of 4-6 members is also available. ($12 and $42, respectively, at the door if available   For more information and to purchase tickets to any Odds Bodkin events, visit http://www.parentengagementnetwork.org/odds-bodkin  

 

“Door to Imagination,” a storytelling workshop will be held on Saturday, November 5, 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., at Pioneer Elementary School in Lafayette.   According to Odds Bodkin, “we’re all storytellers.”   This workshop examines imagination as a basic skill for today’s teachers, parents, psychologists, clergy––anyone who works with today’s children.   Developed over seven years of graduate level teaching and decades of real world experience, Odds Bodkin’s training is a step by step process that incorporates music and storytelling to train teens and adults to imagine freely and tell stories.  Mr. Bodkin combines performance, spoken word history, the insights of brain science and refreshing “cognitive experiments” to awaken the Inner Storyteller––the ancient connection between the Five Imaginations and language.   Tickets are $30.  For more information and to purchase tickets to any Odds Bodkin events, visit http://www.parentengagementnetwork.org/odds-bodkin