Writing Retreat Coming…: #sol15 27/31

The Hudson Valley Writing Project is sponsoring a writing retreat tomorrow and Sunday( sleep over) and I’m going.

Yes, I’m leaving Tuvia to his own devices for 24 hours but he seems to be good about it.  That’s now, though before the reality sets

in.

I’m sure we’ll be talking often.

I’m charging up my camera batteries for the experience and getting excited about capturing the experience and writing…

writing and sharing with a group of amazing HVWP teacher/writers, some new to me, many well known over years of working

together.

I can’t wait to post the group shots of happy teachers writing and sharing and hanging out and what perfect timing…

I will have so much to write about for our last slices.

Here’s a taste of things coming…

 

Two of our newest TCs, Patty Curry and Jackie Hesse, have organized a writing retreat,

WRITING BY THE RIVER: Diving into Memoir, giving us a wonderful opportunity for renewal this spring.
Discover your stories that are waiting to be told.

Join us by the river as we dive into the richness of our lives.

Explore memoir writing as an opportunity for personal and professional growth.

Give yourself the gift of time to engage in sustained writing in a nurturing and inspiring environment.

At Villa St. Joseph, a beautiful retreat overlooking the Hudson River,

we will enjoy uninterrupted blocks of time for writing, sharing, and reflecting.

Location: Villa St. Joseph, Saugerties, NY

Dates: Saturday, March 28th and Sunday, March 29th

Times: Program begins at 1:00 pm on Saturday and ends at 2:00 pm on Sunday
(Participants are welcome to arrive starting at 10:00 am on Saturday.)

Cost: $100 (Includes overnight lodging with private room, dinner, breakfast and lunch)
The retreat is limited to 12 participants. If you can’t join us, please send a friend!

 

About the facilitators:

Patty Curry teaches writing and public speaking at Ulster County Community College and facilitates memoir writing workshops

with the TMI Project and the Hudson Valley Writing Project.

Jacqueline Hesse teaches English Language Arts in the Excelsior Academy at Newburgh Free Academy and has served as a

Returning Fellow in HVWP’s year-round Invitational Institute.

 

 

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