Finding our Way Live Storytelling event this Thursday at Camden Opera House

By Wayfinder Schools | Mar 02, 2020

This Thursday, March 5, at 7pm, Wayfinder Schools will host Finding our Way, a live “moth-style” storytelling event at The Camden Opera House. Finding our Way will feature nine Maine storytellers, including midcoast artists, writers, musicians, athletes, travelers, adventurers, business owners and three Wayfinder graduates. Storytellers include: Olympic gold medalist and world rowing champion Anna Goodale of Megunticook Rowing; drummer and Wayfinder grad Peyton Feener of Drive by Todd; artist, writer and designer Anneli Skaar of The Farnsworth Art Museum; poet and musician Dave Morrison of The Camden Opera House; roller derby athlete and Wayfinder grad Mackenzie Gray of Athena Health; distiller and business owner Andrew Stewart of The Drouthy Bear and Blue Barren Distillery; writer and business owner Carrie Braman of Frontier Maple Sugarworks; outdoor athlete and Wayfinder grad Jake Schmidt of CedarWorks; and writer and adventurer Michael Coleman, whose story will be read by actor, writer and event emcee Andrea Itkin.

Tickets are $25 and all proceeds benefit Wayfinder Schools. Ticket price includes an afterparty with a cash bar, appetizers and an oyster bar. Event sponsors include Colorspoke, 40Paper, Moondancers Oysters, Bleecker & Greer, Flatbread Co., Finding Our Voices, Maine Life Media, and Omni Media Garage. For tickets and more information visit

If you appreciated reading this news story and want to support local journalism, consider subscribing today.
Call (207) 594-4401 or join online at
Donate directly to keeping quality journalism alive at
Comments (0)
If you wish to comment, please login.