3rd update, 18/12/15
Final day of preparation started well, with warm morning sun and birdsong.
We are expecting a similar start tomorrow, so Stories in the Park will be in the Park. The weather forecast is for partly cloudy, perfect for an outdoor event.
As I mentioned earlier in the week and also on air, I would like to share with you our delight for having such a great team of partners, who supported us either financially or with in kind donations:
Fix and Fogg Peanutbutter; House of Travel, Motueka; State Cinema, Motueka; Abel Glass; Wislons Abel Tasman, Creative NZ; Wilderness Canoe Trust; NBS and Motueka Rudolf Steiner School. Their generosity is very much appreciated.
So as I said in previous posts, we are all ready to go tomorrow; Saturday, from 4 pm.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
PS. Sorry this is all a bit short, as we are in final prep mode.
2nd update 8/12/15
It’s been an interesting two weeks and I couldn’t be happier for how things are progressing. I’m really grateful to have the support of a dependable team of volunteer helpers to ensure the event unfolds according to plan.
In todays update, we are exited to announce a great line up of storytellers.
In no particular order:
To find out more about their stories and further details about the event, tune into Fresh FM on Tuesday 15 December at 8:am.
We are also delighted to be able to tell you that P’zazz will be on stage to provide some of the afternoon entertainment.
I need to mention just how rewarding it’s been for me to receive great support from businesses providing spot prices, which can be won on the day. We will announce our supporting partners in the next update, so keep an eye on further posts.