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Writing Workshop with Author Kathleen Hughes - Making a Memory Book (Part I)
Sunday, April 17, 2011
2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Providence Public Library
150 Empire Street
Providence, RI 02903
Trustees Room, 3rd floor
Making a Memory Book: Part I - with Author Kathleen Hughes
Use your writing skills and creativity to tell your stories - you may start a new family tradition!
Memory books and scrapbooks can contain important pieces of a family's history. Their thought-provoking contents assembled from photographs, keepsakes, and written reflections can help you and your loved ones recall and honor the people, places, and times that you hold dear.
Note: Please bring scrapbooks, journals, materials, and/or projects in progress to work on in class. Feedback and instruction will be provided. Part 2 of this class will be held on Sunday, May 8 (same time & location).
Registration is strongly encouraged. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 455-8057 and leave your name and contact information.
Please bring cash, check, or money order with you on the day of class. Exact change is always appreciated.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Kathleen Hughes, author of Dear Mrs. Lindbergh (W. W. Norton & Co, 2004), attended Yale University and earned her MFA in Fiction at the University of Iowa Writer's workshop. Born in Indianapolis, she moved to Rhode Island in 1999. Kathleen has been a Writer in Residence at Portsmouth Abbey School, has worked at the Providence Phoenix, and has chaired the English department at Providence Country Day School. A mom, wife, teacher, writer, daughter, sibling, and friend -- she believes that writing our stories is vital, fundamental work. For more information, visit: http://www.kathleenhughes.com.
These programs are made possible with help from the John C. A. Watkins Fund for Lifelong Learning.