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Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific

February 10th 2016:Where There's Smoke, There's Dinner

Regi Carpenter has always used story telling to make sense of her world. By the time she faced the loss of her brother suddenly, she was well established in her story craft. And as she moved through her own experience of loss, she began to be asked to share stories with people experiencing losses of their own. Soon, she was telling stories to grieving children, confronting the losses by weaving them into tales that captivated and enthralled them. The stories also helped them confront their difficulty and accept their new lives. Regi now shares story as a way to work with grief.

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Regi Carpenter

Regi Carpenter is a performance artist, author, and coach who tours nationally and internationally. Regi's tales celebrate the glorious and gut - wrenching lives of four generations of Carpenter’s raised on the Saint Lawrence River in Clayton, New York. Her memoir, “Where There’s Smoke, There’s Dinner-stories of a seared childhood” will be published in September of 2016.
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