WLRH presents the StoryCorps oral history project at the US Space and Rocket Center's Education Building March 13th through April 11th. It's your chance to record the voices and stories of people important to you. There is no charge to participate though reservations are required. THE FINAL ROUND OF RESERVATIONS OPENS AT 10AM ON FRIDAY, MARCH 14TH through StoryCorps or call 1-800-850-4406. WLRH will also host a "Listening Party" on the evening of Thursday, April 3rd at the Huntsville Madison County Public Library. You can meet the StoryCorps crew and hear a sampling of the Huntsville sessions. Stay tuned for more details on the Listening Party.
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