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SJCA: 10th Annual Jewish Storytelling Event on Mar. 3rd

Saratoga Jewish Community Arts, with the generous support of the Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York, proudly presents its Tenth Annual Matthew M. Neugroschel Storytelling Event.

Matt was a frequent contributor to SJCA and the Saratoga Jewish Cultural Festival — and a most creative and remarkable storyteller. His life was cut much too short. The program will be held on Sunday, March 3, at 7 pm in the Falstaff Building at Skidmore College and will also be available on Zoom.

This year’s program features local and regional bards telling both traditional and contemporary tales. What they all have in common is they love storytelling and use it in multiple ways throughout their daily lives. On this night, they share their passion with the listeners.

The storytellers confirmed so far are the event coordinator and emcee Beth Sabo Novik (storyteller, teacher, and massage therapist); Shawn Banner (teacher and graphic artist); Jeannine Laverty (teacher of ESL and storytelling); Sandor (Sandy) Schuman (storyteller, musician, and educator); and Martina Zobel (teacher and Director of Skidmore Jewish Student Life).

Please join us at Skidmore College on Sunday, March 3, at 7 pm for dessert and a selection of tales to fill the mind, heart, and soul.

A $10 donation per adult and $5 per child is requested at the door. Zoom participants may mail a donation to Temple Sinai, 509 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 128696.

Registration is required. Click here.