Fri, Sep 24 | Online Event

Love and War (Regi Carpenter)

This story was told to Regi by her father, Carl Carpenter, about his experience as a young man in the Pacific arena during WWII. It's a war story, a father's story, an American story, and above all else, a love story— highlighted by period music.
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Love and War (Regi Carpenter)

Time & Location

Sep 24, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Online Event

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Fundraiser for Grieving Children Online Event

Love and War

a tender true story of love and war during WWII with period music

written & performed by Regi Carpenter

Friday, Sept. 24th 7:30-9 pm ET

Tix: $25.00 or donation

This story, collected over time, was told to Regi by her father, Carl Carpenter, about his experience as a young man in the Pacific arena during WWII.  It's a war story, a father's story, an American story, and above all else, a love story highlighted by period music. If you can't come that night a recording will be made available to you the next day.

Regi Carpenter is an award-winning internationally known storyteller, author and workshop leader. Regi is the youngest of five in a small town on the St. Lawrence River in northern New York. She is a fifth generation "river rat" and share the gut-wrenching and glorious  tales of a family full of contradictions: religious but raucous, tender but terrible, unfortunate and irrepressible.

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