April 4 is the deadline to enter fiction, nonfiction, poetry and songs for KUWS' St. Louis River stories contest. All entries will be archived and accessible online at Wisconsin Public Radio. Winning entries will be part of a free public reading on April 27.
Also on April 4 from 5- 7 pm come to the Depot to answer these questions, "What is your river story?" and "What would you like to see for the future for the St. Louis River?" for WDSE's video story booth. Bring photos to accompany your story if you have them. This is part of the Duluth Art Institute's opening reception for the St. Louis River: Diverse Connections exhibition.
All One River events are free and open to the public.
For more information about One River visit: www.onerivermn.com
“One River, Many Stories” is a journalism, media and storytelling project and resource hub for journalists, educators, and citizens to foster deeper conversations about our community. This University of Minnesota Duluth Journalism program project is funded in part by the Knight Foundation Fund of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.
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