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    Central Coast Story Circle - 'Mirror Mirror'

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    Welcome to Central Coast Story Circle hosted by Storyteller Nathan Meola

    A fun, nourishing, and wholesome evening for the whole family where community comes together to steep in the magic and wonder of ancient stories and the potent medicine of myth. 

    Men, women, and couples of all ages are welcome for this nourishing and outrageously silly evening of storytelling, ceremony, and connection. Take your imagination for a walk back in time as you are guided on a journey through a new story from deep in the past by storyteller Nathan Meola.

    Children are welcome, however the themes and discussions may be of an adult nature.

    *What to expect*
    Arrive at 6pm to share some food and conversation with the other humans who have gathered. Settle down into one of the lounges, couches, or beanbags, or make a snug nest on the soft rugs. Storytelling starts at 6:30pm followed by a discussion and then we will wrap up by about 8pm for some chats and hangs.

    Unit 2/416 The Entrance Road Long Jetty. 
    Note: Turn down McLachlan Ave to make your way around the back to a small industrial complex. Drive through the gates and you will see the warehouse next to Central Coast Batteries.

    *Time and Date*
    Thursday 27th June
    Doors open 6:00pm
    Story starts 6:30pm
    Chats, hangs, and food afterwards.

    *What to bring*
    Bring a snack to share and something comfy to rest your bum on. A mug and a plate might be a nice idea as well. Bring your children or friends or both. 

    About Your Host:
    Nathan Meola is a travelling storyteller and energy healer weaving between communities sharing the ancient art and craft of storytelling. He helps people connect more deeply with their bodies and awaken their mythic imagination through story, ceremony, and the art of slowing down.

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