Do Tell Story Swap
Call for more info: 707-539-3642
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Do Tell Story Swap
Storytelling for adults and teens
Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Valley Village Community Center
6401 Country Club Dr., Rohnert Park 94928
Please see directions below.

Dear Storytellers and Listeners,

Do Tell Story Swap has a new home in Rohnert Park. The new location is just off Highway 101 making it accessible from anywhere in Sonoma County and Northern Marin. 

We meet the second Tuesday of every month from 7 to 9 pm.  Please join us to share the oral tradition of storytelling with positive tales
of all kinds. Be a listener, be a storyteller, or be both!
​​The Swap is a non-competitive, friendly venue for adults and teens. Stories are to be told, not read, up to 5 minutes in length, and not longer than 7 minutes.

The doors officially open at 6:45pm, we begin promptly at 7, take a break at 8 for socializing and snacks and end at 9pm. 

Suggested donation: $3 to $5

Our Story Swap is a scent-free venue for the comfort of everyone. Thank you.

For more information, call Elaine at 707-539-3642 or email

​​Proceed on Highway 101 to the Rohnert Park Expressway exit, then head east. Continue on Rohnert Park Expressway for approximately 1 mile. Turn right onto Country Club Drive, then turn right into Valley Village mobile home park. The Community Building is straight ahead; park in front or along the boundary wall.

MC Robin Whealdon reads theTellabration! Proclamation.​
Story Time Open Mic - 
New Day and time
First Fridays every month
11:30 am to 12:30 pm.

Hardcore Coffee, 81 Bloomfield Rd, Sebastopol

Beginning in October, Story Time will be on the first Friday of each month from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. October 4 is the date in October, same location.

Sher and John Christian host a  storytelling event for all to enjoy. They invite you to bring a story or 2 to tell (about 5 minutes per story). Please RSVP to Scent free event. Donation: $5

New Event: Open Mic at Sonoma County Central Library
Micro abierto de la Biblioteca Central
3rd and E Streets, 
Santa Rosa
​3rd Saturday monthy
3:00-5:00 pm
For adults and teens

Music, poetry, comedy, spoken word, and more. Join us 3-5pm in the Central Library Forum Room. Slots are 5-10 minutes long and space is limited, so please register in advance. An electric piano is available for performers. Refreshments and snacks will be provided. All ages welcome.

Música, poesía, comedia, spoken word, y más. Acompáñenos de las 3-5pm en la Sala de Foro de la Biblioteca Central. Cada intérprete tendrá 5-10 minutos y el registro estará limitado a las primeras 15 personas. Favor de registrarse con anticipación. Un piano eléctrico estará disponible para los interpretes. Habrá unos refrescos y botanas. Todas las edades están bienvenidas.

Check Library web site for more info: 

Do Tell story tellers from left: Katy Mangan Brandon Spars, Lisbeth Castilo-Alcaraz, Evelyn Hardesty, Sharon Elwell, and Elaine Stanely.
Brandon Spars and Lisbeth Castilo-Alcaraz spin their tales.
Elaine Stanley and Sharon Elwell entertain.
Katy Mangan's audience is drawn into the story.
Tellabration! 2019
Thank you to our sponsors the Sonoma County Library, the Storytelling Association of California (SAC) and Petaluma Minuteman Press and to all our wonderful tellers and listeners.

Do Tell Story Swap storytellers gave a free live storytelling event for teens and adults at the Sebastopol Regional Library on November 23 to celebrate this world wide day of storytelling.