Love Lost and Found

An Evening of Mythical and True Stories

of Love Eternal, Love Lost,

and Love Found

in the Most Unexpected Places


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Princeville Community Center

Monday,    Feb. 12th    7- 9 PM
$15 - $25 Suggested Donation

(No one turned away for lack of funds)

This event is for those 12 years old and above.


With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, the subject of love is front and center in our culture’s consciousness. Using the ancient art of storytelling to stimulate and surface the inner music of our heartstrings and inviting conversation with the community, Leah will lead us on an exploratory adventure of our own deepest musings about the subject of Love.


Step into the storytelling circle to steep in some rich tales about love lost and found and explore your mythic imagination as we find ourselves inside the stories.


“From the first moment I heard Leah share one of her original stories, I was captured by her deep imagery and her understanding of the human spirit.  Lifted from my mundane world, she carried me into a mystical place of possibility and wonder.” -Sirena Andrea, Founder, Santa Cruz Storytelling Festival


“Leah lives in story, it resonates in her being – as a teller, as a writer/thinker, as an activist/world changer, as a contemporary artist rooted in the ancient. She knows the alchemy of myth and the miracle of life, and the tangible magic of language performed.”    -Joe Lambert, Founder, Center for Digital Storytelling





Leah Lamb, Storyteller, Writer, Producer

Leah Lamb, MSW, is a transformational storyteller committed to working with stories for social change. She studied theater at the Neighborhood Playhouse in NYC, and with many masters of story and the ancient art of storytelling. Leah's work focuses on developing the mythic imagination, the art of listening, and building community through the art of telling stories that hold the intention of healing.