Special May Event: #PoP at the Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden

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Pros(e) of Pie is bringing you another first this May. Thanks to a new collaboration with the Hammond Museum in North Salem, we’re venturing inland a little farther than we’d normally dare. Join us for an evening of world-class contemporary storytelling – from around the neighborhood and across state lines – in the Hammond’s main exhibition hall.  Fear not, you’ll have a chance to enjoy all their galleries before the show and during intermission. Or better yet, come even earlier to discover the many regions of their stunning Japanese stroll gardens. The Hammond’s generously agreed to open the gardens at 6pm for PoP ticketholders!

*No pie bake-off this month. Light refreshments will be served.

Your evening’s storytellers:

MATTHEW DICKS – 29x Moth StorySLAM champ, 6x GrandSLAM champ; founder and artistic director of Speak Up storytelling series; award-winning best-selling author

SANDI MARX – 7x Moth StorySLAM champ; RISK!; Documentary “The Fabulist”

DREW PROCHASKA – 2x Moth StorySLAM champ; The Story Collider; host, The Artichoke storytelling series

KEVIN HIGGINS – NYC Special Education teacher; founder, South Bronx’s first ukulele club;

MARLEEN KASSEL –  award-winning, published, forty-year, battle-scarred Asian historian; Youth in Asia (Euthanasia), an anthology

When: May 4,  Gardens 6pm, Doors 7:30pm, Show 8pm
Venue: Hammond Museum, 28 Deveau Road, North Salem