StoryCorps Coming To The Lewis-Clark Valley

What stories do you have to tell? Was there a life event that changed the way you saw the world? Record your story this summer in the StoryCorps mobile recording booth that'll be visiting the Lewis-Clark Valley. Photo courtesy of StoryCorps.

Do you love listening to StoryCorps on Friday mornings? Now YOU can record your conversation with a loved one, and the Library of Congress will archive it. 

Northwest Public Broadcasting and Innovia Foundation are proud to bring the StoryCorps mobile recording booth to the Lewis-Clark Valley this summer. 

Reservations to record during the July 8-August 7 visit will open in June. Stay tuned to Northwest Public Broadcasting for more details.

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