The Stratford Public Library wants to hear your story, but they want you to keep it short.

They’re asking for stories of 150 words or less about what your experience living in Stratford or Canada has been like. It’s a way to celebrate Canada’s Sesquicentennial.

The 150 best stories will be published in a book that will be released during Culture Days later this year. Robyn Godfrey with the library says it’s she’s looking forward to the submissions:

Godfrey says they’re looking for a wide-range of entries:

People can also submit visual art. The deadline to get something in is April 30th. You can find more details at the library’s website.