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The next Campfire is

Wednesday, December 18th

  • 7:30pm Doors Open

    Swing through before doors open so you can get a drink, checked in, and visit with our team and other guests.

  • 8:00pm Campfire

    The main event! Our speaker takes the stage and transports the room directly into their story.

  • 9:00 PM - ? Connect

    Relax, debrief, and connect with other guests

All Campfires are free of charge to attend

A live Campfire event is like…

TED with less data


The Moth with conversation


A sermon without religion

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Class Capstone

Campfire is hosting a showcase of students who went through our Advanced Storytelling Class and crafted stories around Quitting.

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Campfire held on Wednesday, November 20th at 8:00pm

Seth Schroeder is a writer, performer, and storyteller from Edwardsville, Illinois. After graduating from Eastern Illinois University with a degree in journalism, Seth moved across the River to St. Louis. Burnt out as a reporter, Seth sought out new passions and creative outlets. He has since graduated from The Improv Shop performer’s program, served as Campfire’s former Narrative Architect, and produced multiple stage shows and writing projects. You can find Seth, along with his partners, David and Jared and their two cats, Gizmo and Lyca, at their home in Clifton Heights. Seth continues to seek ways of combining his love of technology, media, and storytelling to push himself in new directions, and develop something all his own.

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Dan Stewart is a queer advocate from Sugar Land, Texas. Needing a change, he moved to Missouri to pursue higher education, and has since graduated with his Bachelor’s in Psychology at SLU and a Master’s Degree in Gerontology at UMSL. Despite his deeply ingrained Texan pride, and the risks that came with moving far from home, Dan has found community in St. Louis. As Special Programs Coordinator for PROMO, he advocates for the health and wellbeing of aging queer adults, and works to honor the elders who came before him. When not traveling for work, Dan lives in Tower Grove East with his spouse, Hannah; their cat, the Big Lebowski, and their two Beagles, Bogey and Honey. He’s moved by the importance of honest and vulnerable relationships.

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