Let’s write! We will start with a warm-up activity offered by facilitator Kim Grahl, followed by a writing prompt, with time to write for 30 to 40 minutes. Afterward, share individual writings with a specific set of rules for feedback. Confidentiality is protected: anything read in the session is never discussed outside of the group, not even with each other. Limited Enrollment.
6 Tuesdays: January 9 & 23, February 6 & 20, March 6 & 20, 3 to 5 pm. $150
Facilitator Michelle Fellman will show us how to use journal writing to explore various aspects of our lives, ourselves, and our relationships with others. Using the book by Kathleen Adams, a pioneer in the use of writing as a tool to personal growth, this course will help participants discover the writer within. No writing experience necessary.
4 Tuesdays: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 10:30 to noon. $80 [book $10 paid in first class]
Beginners, discover a new appreciation for learning to draw with artist and teacher Marla Synder, who will lead us in an easy step-by-step drawing process. All supplies provided. You will feel so accomplished by noon after the first class.
2 Thursdays: February 15 and 22, 10 am to noon. $50
Charlotte Digregorio, award-winning author, will introduce us to the content, style and history of haiku, the brief insightful poems that originated in Japan in the 1600s. Written in one to four lines, haiku are relevant, can be on any theme, and allow you to capture your life’s moments, happy or sad, in a rming and rewarding ways. e workshop will include writing your own haiku.