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Hear tales of the "Broken" at Story Slam tomorrow night

(Jackson, Wyo.) - Teton County Library’s live storytelling competition, Cabin Fever Story Slam, invites storytellers to break out their best stories for the final competition of the winter series at 7 p.m., February 9, at The Rose. February’s storytelling theme is “Broken.” "Own up to stories about breaking things…rules, hearts, the bank, bones, cars, trust, you name it... ," stated the Teton County Library in a release. The library’s Cabin Fever Story Slam series is a live storytelling contest that invites community members to take the stage to tell a true story based on the theme, without notes, in less than five minutes. People throw their name in a hat, and the organizers will select 10 storytellers at random. Storytellers, who take the stage, will earn a free slice of pizza from Pinky G's and a chance to win prizes. Competitors who put their names in the hat before 7 p.m. will get a free drink token from The Rose, which will also be hosting a happy hour from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. “Storytelling connects our community to one another and to stories,” says Leah Shlachter, the library’s Adult Program Coordinator. Emcee Jeff Moran will start the evening off by telling a story to warm up the crowd and reel in competitors. *Feature Photo: The first Cabin Fever Story Slam: Bad Idea. h/t Teton county Library / Pitchengine Communities* #buckrail #news #whatshappening