Storytelling Arts Songs and Stories (Ticket Giveaway)

Bill Harley in Songs and Stories About Growing UpLast week, my 8-year-old asked me what I want to be when I grow up. Um, I don’t know. Neither, apparently, does Bill Harley. In I Don’t Know: Songs and Stories About Growing Up, kids of all ages will enjoy hearing about the joys and pitfalls of being a grownup.

Maybe then they won’t want to do it so fast.

This Friday night, Storytelling Arts will feature songs and stories together at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center theatre. Tickets are only $10 for adults and $5 for kids 5-12. Plus, if your kids show their Indianapolis library card at the door, admission is free!

This is an awesome, inexpensive introduction to Storytelling Arts, if your family isn’t familiar. We attended the ghost stories performance in October, and the kids fell in love with storytelling. The fun stories. The cadence of the telling. Being drawn into the story as if you were in a book.

I’m excited to take them all to I Don’t Know: Songs and Stories About Growing Up as part of our spring break in Indianapolis. It’s the last performance weekend for Storytelling Arts, both featuring Bill Harley. (Grownups should head back out on April 12th for Talk of the Town.)

You have the chance to win tickets to Friday’s show now! Simply leave a comment here, and tell us your favorite part of growing up. You can earn additional entries by:

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For your extra entries to be counted, be sure to leave an additional comment directing us to your entry. Only one additional entry per method (i.e. While multiple tweets are appreciated it, only one will count as a drawing entry.) The contest runs until 4/09 at 11:59pm est. One winner will be notified by email on 4/10 and receive 4-pack of tickets to the event. Winner will have 12 hours to claim the tickets or a new winner will be chosen.

Tickets: $10 adults; $5 kids 5-12
Performance: Friday, April 11th, 7:30-8:30
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Indiana History Center: 450 W. Ohio St, Indianapolis

I was provided with tickets to the show by Storytelling Arts to facilitate this post, but all opinions are 100% mine.