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If you remember the Rheostatics and Moxy Fruvous, make sure you don't miss this year's festival! Dave Bidini, author and former front man for the Rheostatics, and Mike Ford, a founding member of Moxy Fruvous, will bring a whole new meaning to "story" this year.
Don't forget the festival's Latitudes and Longitudes digital storytelling project, a downtown digital tour called Made in Kitchener: Personal Stories From Our Industrial Past. Ten sites around downtown Kitchener accessed by smart phones.
Latitudes Storytelling Festival believes in sharing stories for adults and children alike, through a variety of media, including theatre, spoken word, image, music and traditional forms.
In partnership with the KW Multicultural Festival
Listen to a story online: Jack and the Dancing Trees, from Susie Minto (3.4 MB - requires Flash).