Toronto WordSmiths

Thursday, November 7, 2013 - 22:30 to Friday, November 8, 2013 - 00:30

*FREE FREE FREE! Toronto WordSmiths is a writing group for youth between the ages of 16-29 to come together to share and learn from one another.

 

Description

Location: Parkdale Library, 1303 Queen Street West

 

Start Date: Thursday, November 7th, 2013 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

 

This program will run every Thursday, from 5:30pm - 7:30pm until summer 2014.

 

Poets, Dreamers, Writers, Artist are all welcome to come out!!!! No writing experience necessary.

 

Absolutely FREE!!!!

 

To register please contact Anna, Jess and Ashley at towordsmiths@gmail.com with a short description about yourself and why you want to join this group.

 

Facebook page and flyer still under construction.

 

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Toronto WordSmiths, located in Parkdale Library is a free space for youth (ages 16-29) to come together as a writing community and pool our collective knowledge.

 

This is a space away from an imposed structure!

 

In this space we will explore and experiment with new ways of writing; this will also be a place for you to work on your own writing projects. As a writing community we will be able to share our pieces and provide feedback for each other if wanted (and if comfortable). Group discussion and collective learning will be centered around weekly themes and writing prompts.

 

This group has organizers but we don’t want anyone in charge. This is a creative space to learn from one another and anyone can take the lead!

 

https://www.facebook.com/towordsmiths

 

Parkdale Library- the basement
1303 Queen Street West
Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
This is an ongoing drop-in writing space- will run every week, same hours until the summer
Ashley, Anna & Jess

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