You are cordially invited to participate in a free workshop for professionals introducing two storytelling techniques that can be used by activities staff with older adults or multi-generational groups. These techniques were used to create the content of the traveling interactive exhibition currently on display at St. Luke Health Services, Recollection: Storytelling Through Mementos.

Please bring an object (not a photo) with you that has personal meaning–maybe it is a memento from an event or trip or an item that belonged to a friend or relative or a lucky pen or materials related to your favorite hobby or something else!

Hosted by St. Luke Health Services

Friday, August 16 from 10 a.m. – Noon

The Great Room 

Facilitated by Michael Flanagan, Gallery Director at SUNY Oswego, and Rebecca Mushtare, Associate Professor of Graphic Design at SUNY Oswego.

RSVP to Donna Rose, Director of Activities at St. Luke Health Services ( or 315-342-3166) by Wednesday, August 14. 

Workshop parking is available on the east and south sides of the building.

Not familiar with the Recollection project? Please join us before the workshop at 9:30am to interact with the exhibit and find out about future opportunities for collaboration with project organizers.

The Recollection project is made possible with support from Health Foundation of Western and Central New York, the Leon J. and Anne B. Goldberg Foundation and CNY Arts.