The inaugural White Rock Tedx event brought inspirational storytellers, sharing an array of personal experiences, to Blue Frog Studios Thursday. The event, which was also live-streamed at the White Rock Museum and Archives, featured 13 speakers, including Angus Reid, Arun Fryer, Stan Fryer, Bob Kuhn, Denise Walker, Denise Wozniak, Gillian Dunn, Gordie Hogg, GuyFelicella, Jennah Dohms, Jessie Sutherland, Linda Nolte, Mike Robinson and Werner Spangehl. Dunn (right), a registered nurse, mixed comedy into her routine as she described her work as putting structure and organization into chaos. Top, museum guests watch the live-streamed event. (Blue Frog Studio, Aaron Hinks photo)

TEDx White Rock live stream

Event features 13 speakers from Semiahmoo Peninsula

The inaugural White Rock Tedx event brought inspirational storytellers, sharing an array of personal experiences, to Blue Frog Studios Thursday.

The event, which was also live-streamed at the White Rock Museum and Archives, featured 13 speakers, including Angus Reid, Arun Fryer, Stan Fryer, Bob Kuhn, Denise Walker, Denise Wozniak, Gillian Dunn, Gordie Hogg, GuyFelicella, Jennah Dohms, Jessie Sutherland, Lindi Nolte, Mike Robinson and Werner Spangehl.

Dunn (right), a registered nurse, mixed comedy into her routine as she described her work as putting structure and organization into chaos. Top, museum guests watch the live-streamed event.

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