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Summer storytelling workshop to highlight Wisconsin's immigrant communities

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Continuing Education will offer a workshop titled "Exploring Global Stories Locally: Children's Literature, Migration Histories and Wisconsin Experiences" from  8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. June 27 in the Fall Creek School District Auditorium. Registration is open through June 18.

The workshop will feature award-winning children's author Karen Lynn Williams, who will discuss personal stories of the Hmong, Mexican, Norwegian, Polish and other immigrant groups in Wisconsin. Attendees will have the opportunity to bring international reading materials back to their classrooms, schools or public libraries and gain practical information about the background of children and families within their schools and communities. K-16 educators, pre-service teachers, librarians and children's literature enthusiasts are encouraged to register. 

This workshop is offered through sponsorships from the Wisconsin International Outreach Consortium, UW-Eau Claire College of Education and Human Sciences and UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education.

For additional class information, call 715-836-3636 visit the Continuing Education website or email