An evening of music, stories and cake in Austin!!
Storytelling is one of the most powerful ways we change the way our community addresses mental health. Join NAMI Austin and the statewide Okay to Say campaign for a special evening of storytelling by women and for women. Four amazingly successful women will share their mental health journeys and what they’ve learned along the way. In addition, this fun-filled and inspiring evening will feature live music, a Depressed Cake Shop pop-up, art show and sale plus door prizes and swag bags with special gifts from ReFocus Bands and philosophy. Invite your girlfriends and join us as we get inspired to speak up for mental health!
Featuring emcee Judy Maggio with storytellers Sheryl Cole, former Mayor Pro Tem and Austin City Council Member; Kendall Antonelli, co-owner of Antonelli’s Cheese Shop; Megan Alvarado, Founder of NAMI on Campus at UT; Vanessa Marty, Austin entrepreneur and business owner. Music by Daphne Willis