Grab a mic and tell your tale at Orlando Story Club's first 2016 meeting on Wednesday

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The word “resolution” is a double-edged sword. When people use it around this time of year, they’re usually talking about their plans for the future – plans to be better or improve themselves in some way. But resolution can also denote the end of something, whether it’s the solution to a problem or the thrilling dénouement of a novel, film or piece of music. This meeting of Orlando Story Club, its first since April 2015, takes “Resolution!” as its theme. Whether you’re firmly resolved to stand and tell a story of your own, or you’re easing into a resolution to do more public speaking, this is a congenial gathering full of laughter, food and drink, plus proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Orlando.

7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6 | The Abbey, 100 S. Eola Drive | facebook.com/orlandostoryclub | $5


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