A literary organization that creates opportunities for understanding, learning, and building relationships through sharing people's stories.

What is the Saint Paul Almanac? The Saint Paul Almanac is a nonprofit literary organization that creates opportunities for understanding, learning, and building relationships through sharing people's stories. We publish the annual Saint Paul Almanac and conduct community building programming through an open mic, readings, and writing workshops. The organization depends on the generosity of institutions and individuals, in addition to revenue generated by sales of the books. Your gift of $25, $50, $100, $500, or $1,000 makes every page of the Almanac possible and helps us

• publish one more story and illustration by a local author and artist.

• educate one more community editor on how to do the engagement and selection of stories from our communities.

• conduct one more community event, such as the Lowertown Reading Jams, where the page takes the stage and people gather to enjoy our Saint Paul stories in person.

Share your story and win a 2014 Saint Paul Almanac! We have created a special Give to the Max Day opportunity for you to share your stories. Make a donation in any amount and send us a photo like those from the project “365 Ways to Say I Love Saint Paul.” (Check out the video for some examples.) In six words or less, tell us one thing you love about Saint Paul: a place, a person, an event, or a feeling. You bring the story, and we will publish it. The album “365 Ways to Say I Love Saint Paul” can be viewed on the Saint Paul Almanac Facebook page. It is updated every day. To participate, share your photos on Facebook, or on Twitter with #AlmanacLove.

Learn more about the Saint Paul Almanac at www.saintpaulalmanac.org

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