Sharing Canadian Culture. Creating Digital Stories.

Digital Storytelling at Central Neighbourhood House

In Fall 2017, Ancestry Project will offer workshops in digital storytelling at Central Neighbourhood House. Residents of Regent Park, Cabbagetown, and downtown east Toronto are welcome to participate.

What is digital storytelling?

Digital storytelling is a process where participants write and produce spoken narratives about important events in their lives. Production of video is common, but in Ancestry Project’s program, you will record and produce audio. (Video production is optional).

How do I register?

Workshop dates have not been confirmed, but will take place in fall 2017. Registration will open approximately 4 weeks before program start. In the meantime, stay in the loop by signing up for the email newsletter.

About Central Neighbourhood House

Central Neighbourhood House is the second oldest settlement house in Toronto. For the past 105 years, our team of staff and volunteers has been working hand in hand with our neighbours, offering a wide range of excellent programs for children and youth, new Canadians, families, women and seniors. Have a look around our website to find out how you can become involved with CNH or come see us at 349 Ontario Street (just north of Dundas St. E. and west of Parliament St.).