The "I Have a Story Program", free to adults 50-plus, is looking for participants.
This program is of particular interest to anyone in this age group who has a story to preserve.
"Perhaps you want to share the story of the first time you met your husband or wife. Maybe you have your great-grandmother's hooked rug and you'd like to make certain everyone knows who she was and how much the rug means to you. Or you and your best friend may want to tell a story together about a childhood adventure you shared," says a release.
"Whatever story is important to you, whether it a personal story, a story about a family memento or a story about your community, this program can help you to preserve and share it."
The next program will be held at the Royalty Centre in Charlottetown beginning Friday, Feb. 12, 10 a.m.
Participants will learn to fine tune their story, tell it in front of a video camera in a private session and receive an edited version with their name on it that they can keep or share with friends and family.
The program consists of three sessions: two introduction sessions and one (private individual) camera session. Actress Joscelynne Bordeaux and videographer Isaac Williams will guide participants through the process and help them feel comfortable and confident.
To register for this course (or get on a list for another course), contact the Seniors' Federation at 902-368-9008.