7 Stories is returning on Friday, Jan. 26, 2024 at the Highline Heritage Museum on the theme “Brush With Greatness” or “You Only Live Once (Y.O.L.O.).”

This will be the first session of the New Year, and will start at 7 p.m. at the museum (map below).

NOTE: If you can’t make it to this event in person, be sure to “Like” us on Facebook here to get a notification, as we’ll be streaming it live on that page starting at 7 p.m.

Who hasn’t been held captive by a powerful, funny, or frightening story?  ‘7 Stories’ is a night of such storytelling – to build community, empathy, and celebrate our diversity.

  • Each 7 Stories night has a theme and storytellers sign up and are selected in advance. Real stories are spellbinding and raw.
  • They are not a theatrical performance, but true life stories from your friends, acquaintances, or someone you have never met.
  • These stories are told from the heart.
  • Each program is introduced by our host for the evening, with a short bio of each storyteller.

2024 Season & Themes

  • Jan. 26, 2024: “Brush With Greatness” or “You Only Live Once (Y.O.L.O.)”
  • Feb. 23, 2024: “The Perfect Storm/Aligned & Positive!” or “Hot Mess”
  • March 22, 2024: “Paths Not Taken” or “Diary Entries”
  • April 26, 2024: “Duped” or “Aha!”
  • May 24, 2024: “Chance Encounters” or “Tiny Acts”

Storytellers Needed

Please consider sharing your true story…in the spirit of community and friendship. We will coach/help you as much as you would like. To sign up, fill out the form online or email [email protected].

Parents should use discretion when deciding whether to include children. Not all stories will be appropriate for young listeners.

Organizers can help coordinate the logistics of a 2-person bilingual story. Storytellers can apply through a very short application process.

If you would like to tell your own story, register online at:


7 Stories is presented by The B-Town Blog, Highline Heritage Museum, Burien Culture Hub, Burien Arts Association, the City of Burien and 4Culture.

More info here: https://burienculturehub.org/7stories

The Highline Heritage Museum is located at 819 SW 152nd Street:

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