Free Seniors Write Workshops in Scarborough
Scarborough Arts is thrilled to announce our partnership with the Toronto Public Library for the delivery of a new series of writing workshops to support the development of senior writers living in Scarborough. Our Seniors Write program offers free two-hour writer training sessions led by professional editors, authors, and librarians.
Funded by the Government of Ontario Seniors Secretariat’s Seniors Community Grant, these workshops offer seniors insights into different writing strategies and editing practices and will take place in three different Scarborough area Toronto Public Library branches: Kennedy-Eglinton, Morningside, and Albert Campbell. Workshop dates, times, and registration details are below.
WORKSHOP DATES AND SCHEDULE
Seniors 50+ who are interested in registering for workshops listed below can do so online through the Universe ticketing system or by calling Scarborough Arts at 416-698-7322 and detailing the date you would like to attend. Spots will fill up fast so be sure to register.
Eglinton/Kennedy Library (1 PM – 3 PM)
Ken Sparling on Fiction
Rosemary McCracken on Writing Mysteries
Albert Campbell Library (2 PM – 4 PM)
Dawn Connolly on preparing a book for publication on MS Word for Asquith Press
Becoming a Better Editor of Your Own Work with Jennifer Knoch, Editor, ECW
Lee Maracle on the short story
Morningside Library (6:30-8pm)
November 24: Poetry with Ken Sparling