German-American Tales: Another Story Slam

. October 1, 2016.
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What does German heritage mean? Find out during the fourth annual story-slam that invites audience members to share their stories about German-American heritage or encounters between American and German-speaking cultures. Possible topics: food, family, friends, heritage, cultural differences and interactions. As in past years, participants will be given 5 minutes to share a story about German-American cultural contacts, heritage, or travel.  Prizes will be given to the top three stories as chosen by the audience.  Fellowship and snacks after the program. This exciting program is presented by the Bowling Green State University’s Department of German, Russian and East Asian Languages and Wood County Historical Center & Museum in observance of German-American Day.

7pm | Wednesday | October 5 Wood County Historical Center and Museum 3660 County Home Road | Bowling Green | Ohio 419-352-0967 | woodcountyhistory.org | Free

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