Central Library just completed its first cycle of digital stories for the current fiscal year. More than twenty-five star-studded expressions of truth and – as Cronkite would say – “the way it was” in the lives of several Sacramentans. Movie houses, the beauty of adoption, family, guide dogs, Sacramento’s Celtic/Pagan community, the heritage of our city’s trees, skim the veritable surface.
Most of the films lasted no more than 5 to 7 minutes and took on different forms: first person testimonial, third person narrative to name a few. See all the stories from the California of the Past project by going to: http://www.mediaartscenter.org/site/c.dfLIJPOvHoE/b.3469475/
If you have a story that you’d like to share with your fellow citizens, you can do so by calling 264-2920 or going to http://www.saclibrary.org/digitalStories/capast.html to submit an online application.
Try this fantastic tale - right out of the backyard - on for size: