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Solutions begin in places like Ekalaka, Montana

I want to believe that the relationship that started in that tiny bedroom in Ekalaka, Montana, and trickled down into the two oldest sons, is still the kind of relationship people want to cultivate in Montana, and in America. 

Tell Us Something presents live storytelling on the theme “Never Again” – 9/18 – Missoula

Eight storytellers will share their true personal stories without notes on the theme:

“Never Again”.

Tell-Us-Something – Unforgettable Night: Explore “Going Home” with Powerful Narratives – GET TICKETS! – 6/11 – The Glacier Ice Rink Pavilion, which is outside, and covered in case of rain.

Missoula Pride and Tell Us Something are teaming up to bring you a night of powerful personal narratives, all centered on the theme of finding belonging.

Missoula farm owner seeks $310K in Open Space Bond funds for agriculture preservation

The Missoula City Council will decide in June whether to approve using $310,000 from the voter-approved 2018 Open Space Bond to help a nonprofit purchase a long-running, 8-acre vegetable farm in the Target Range neighborhood and keep it preserved as agricultural land in perpetuity.

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“Pride Month Stories: Grab Your Tickets for Tell Us Something!” Plus! INBC NA Beer Collaboration and Alumni Spotlight

In the June 2024 edition of the Tell Us Something newsletter, Executive Director Marc Moss remembers the Missoula Pride/ Tell Us Something collaboration from last year. Keep reading to learn about the next Story Jam and the Imagine Nation Brewing Company/Tell Us Something collaborative NA Beer and check out what our storytelling alumni are up to now.

Jerry Seinfeld’s 1,000-Second Commencement Speech Was Set to a 5th-Grade Reading Level. It’s the Best Ever Done – Simplicity tells a story and influences deeply.

The speech was not only engaging but also remarkably accessible. It’s a master class in human storytelling, primarily because of its low reading level–equivalent to that of a fifth grader.

Why Eventgroove Fundraising?

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Missoula Pride & Tell Us Something: Stories of Acceptance & Belonging – May 2024 Tell Us Something newsletter

Find your way back to community & get your tickets for the next show. ️‍Powerful stories of belonging & acceptance await at the Missoula Pride Live Storytelling. Get your tickets & celebrate LGBTQ+ voices! Plus! Missoula Gives recap, Plus new podcast

Free tickets, inspiring stories, and YOU can make a difference! Tell Us Something

Your donation to Tell Us Something during Missoula Gives helps us keep these stories alive.

Call for Storytellers on the theme “Going Home”, March Recap, Get Tickets and Alumni Spotlight

Tell Us Something\’s next event: \”Going Home\”! Share your story! Plus: March event recap, alumni spotlights & more! Read the April newsletter!