Upcoming Events › Writing Classes
Take a deep breath, stretch, and give yourself a well-earned pat on the back. Get together with us in-person and talk about all the best and worst moments of this wild experience. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
An event every week that begins at 12:30 pm on Tuesday and Thursday, happening 6 times
How do people find the time to write? If you’re having trouble making space for writing in your busy life, join us—virtually—on your lunch hour from wherever you are. You deserve some dedicated writing time. Bring your own work-in-progress or use the prompts provided. Come and go; eat if you like. Everyone is welcome, no writing experience is required. Contact email@example.com.
Family folklore plays an important role in the preservation of your family’s cultural heritage, values, and identity. It fosters a sense of continuity between generations and strengthens the bond of belonging and connection among family members. Learn how to explore, collect, and share your family’s anecdotes, traditions, genealogical information, and stories related to artifacts. Everyone is welcome, no writing experience is required. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to register.
Are you looking for a writing workshop group? Led by J. Jobe, Writing All Year is a place to share your work-in-progress with other writers. We meet twice a month to give and receive encouragement, insight, and feedback in a safe and respectful environment. Our objective: to improve the work with kindness and compassion. If this sounds like something you’ve been looking for, please join us. All experience levels are welcome. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: this group will meet only one time in December.
Local author and publisher Jennifer Adams will discuss becoming an indie author, self-publishing, and marketing your book. Contact email@example.com.