Inquirer Read-along Storytelling competition.

The Philippine Daily Inquirer will hold storytelling competitions during the second Inquirer Read-Along Festival on Nov. 26 and 27 at the Amphitheater of the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center in Quezon City. With the theme, "The Filipino child and the stories of the Earth," this year's storytelling contests are in three categories: (1) for students aged 7 to 12, (2) yayas and (3) adult storytellers, who will all tell stories about biodiversity and the riches of the planet.

Who are qualified?

- Children aged 7-12 who are currently in school

- Yayas aged 18 and above who are currently employed

- Adults (aged 18 and above to include moms and dads, teachers and professionals with experience in storytelling)

Contest is open to participants who have never won in any storytelling contest.

Those who are interested to join any of the contests may download the rules, list of requirements and application forms HERE . Forms may be submitted to inqfestival@gmail.com from Sept. 1 to Sept. 30. For other questions, please call 897-8808 and look for Odeng (loc 329) or Kate (loc 331).

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