Note: The classes are subsidized, so they are free or very, very cheap! You’ll learn a lot and enjoy yourself in the process.
Here are the classes I’ll be teaching, beginning (or resuming) in the Spring of 2013. I’m psyched!
Journaling, therapeutic for body, mind, and spirit, is a fantastic (free) class at the Weston Public Library. Four Friday’s from 1:00 – 2:30, beginning on May 17. Call 781.786.6157 to reserve your place.
Starting (or resuming) on June 4 at 1:00 will be another creative writing course, held at the Arlington Senior Center, but anyone of any age is welcome to attend. Just email me: Relief11@verizon.net.
I will be teaching a combined memoir and journaling class in Arlington, Mass.
Memoirs: Unlock the Story of Your Life
You don’t need to have experienced extraordinary achievement to have a life worth writing about. Writing memoir helps us gain a fresh perspective on our lives, and it’s therapeutic. This short, lively course will help you turn your memories into meaningful stories. Share and get feedback on your work and learn to add depth to your writing, making it meaningful and engaging for your readers—-and yourself. Arlington Senior Center, 27 Maple St., Arlington, Mass, however all ages welcome. Click here to register.
5 Mondays 1-2:30pm Beginning 4/22 $55
This class also welcomes those who want to start or deepen regular journaling practice to accelerate personal development, solve problems, gain clarity, and see progress over time.
My Teen Creative Writing class (also free!) at Robbins Library, in Arlington, Massachusetts, will resume on Monday evenings, beginning April 22, 2013.
The class meets every other week from 6:00 – 7:30. Sign up here.
Contact me directly at Relief11@verizon.net for details about any of these writing classes. And take a look at my testimonials to see what my students and colleagues say about my work.
I’m also available to help you with your business or creative writing projects, so let’s talk. Just get in touch at Relief11@verizon.net.