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Something Old, Something New: May 6 Writers Guild Event Features Local Sounds, Stories

take a journey between past and present with local musicians and wordsmiths

Hannah Bryson |

Taking viewers on a journey between past and present, musicians Peter Phippen and The Nunnery have joined forces with the Chippewa Valley Writers Guild to entertain locals with songs and stories on the theme of “Something Old, Something New.”

The Pablo Center at the Confluence in Eau Claire is hosting this free streamed event at 6:30pm on Thursday, May 6.

The event is hosted by CVWG founder B.J. Hollars and produced by UW-Eau Claire’s writing center director Jonathan Rylander, featuring stories from local writer Andy Patrie, president of Uniting Bridges Selika Ducksworth-Lawton, Volume One columnist Mike Paulus, and editor of NOTA Angela Hugunin.

Share in the experience of taking heirlooms off the shelf to the sound of original music from Peter Phippen and The Nunnery to discover your own story within yourself.

Register to watch at the Chippewa Valley Writers Guild website and the Pablo Center website.