Waterville Public Library issued the following announcement on Jan. 16.
Want a refresher on what PechaKucha Night is? Check out this wonderful video!
PechaKucha Night Waterville (PK WTVL) Volume 34 will take place at the Ostrove Auditorium, Diamond Building, Colby College on Friday, February 7, 2020 (Snow date Friday, February 8th)!
Emcee: Hannah Bard, Director, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education
Steve Crate – Objective Reality
Kathryn SB Davis, Laura Dunn, and Julia Einstein - Maine Flora: Three Views
Jeanine Deas - Anna’s Little Buddy, the Story Behind My Story
Gerry Monteux – Moose to ME
Sherry Pineau Brown and Lisa Hallen - Waterville SPaRC: Strengthening, Partnering, and Reinforcing Community
Serena Sanborn – The Joys (and trials and tribulations) of Sculpting Snow
Elaine Theriault-Currier – Meet the Millennials Growing Mid-Maine
Erika Verrier – Inspiring Lifelong Learners - The Montessori Way
Please check back here and the Facebook Event page for up-to-date information!
PK WTVL is Waterville’s connection to a global storytelling network of creative people sharing their creative muse in 20x20 (20 images showing for 20 seconds each). Over the years, PK WTVL has brought thousands of area residents together in celebration of passions, stories, and creativity. All are invited to this free event!
About PechaKucha Night Waterville
PK WTVL is presented by a volunteer Team PK, Waterville Creates!, and the Waterville Public Library. The Colby Center for the Arts and Humanities is the PK WTVL 2019-2020 season sponsor. PechaKucha Night was created in 2003 by Klein Dytham Architecture in Tokyo and has become an international phenomenon with events happening in more than 900 cities around the world. The 20x20 format makes presentations concise, keeps the evening moving at a rapid pace, and allows for plenty of discussion among participants and attendees. Links to more information on PechaKucha Night Waterville: www.facebook.com/PKNWaterville (Official Facebook Page).
More Information about PechaKucha Night Waterville:
PechaKucha Night - devised and shared by Klein Dytham architecture.
Original source can be found here.