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Paris, Ontario that is.

It was a beautiful summer day – honestly not a single cloud in the sky – we spent the day outside in the middle of a field with our giant storybook. It was the United Church of Canada’s annual Skylight Festival.

The 6th year running, the Skylight Festival brings together people from across Canada to meet and celebrate their community.

We asked the visitors to the Skylight Festival, 3 big questions:

  1. What can you do for your community?
  2. What does community mean to you?
  3. What do you see for your community in 100 years from now?

We collected some great stories, which are now Volume 2 of The Storybook Project. You can check out their stories here.

If you’d like to see The Storybook Project at an event or space near you, we can make that happen. We are working on an Archive Document that shares our learning, use cases and opportunities to bring the storybook to you. Let us know if you’d like that to happen.

Jenn found herself in the nonprofit sector 15 years and has spent her professional and personal life since then guiding conversations through questions and yearning for imagination. Jenn identifies as second-generation Chinese-Canadian, a Mama to two kiddos, a passionately struggling idealist, a recovering perfectionist (aka Super Virgo) and navigating pandemic-induced anxiety. Jenn exists professionally as a designer, researcher and facilitator. In her (limited) spare time, she can be found crafting, eating junk food, cuddling with kiddos and floating in water.

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