Tonight: “In My Grandmother’s Kitchen” At The National Museum Of American Jewish History
For those of you out there feeling a little bit nostalgic with the holiday season and all, tonight at 7pm First Person Arts and the National Museum of American Jewish History are having an event called “In My Grandmother’s Kitchen“–an interactive storytelling event “about kitchens and the food, family, love, and life that fill them.”
There’ll be stories of food and kitchens (and, ostensibly, grandmas) from author and illustrator Bryan Collier, poet and 2013 Women of the World Poetry Slam Champion Denice Frohman, celebrity chef and entrepreneur Delilah Winder, storytelling artist and First Person Arts Best Storyteller in Philadelphia 2012, Marjorie Winther, and me. I’ll be there to emcee the event, keep all the poets and storytellers in line, tell a few stories of my own, and generally just try not to say anything wildly inappropriate while in such esteemed company.
Tickets to tonight’s event are regularly $25 (for non-members), but because you’re reading about it here, I get to pass along a discount code that’ll get you in for just $12. Get your tickets at the link below and enter discount code “123” (yes, that’s the real code) to cut the price in half.
In My Grandmother’s Kitchen [Get tickets here]