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Workshop: Writing for fun and reflection, journal prompting and great conversation.
Want to start or continue your writing journey in a low pressure but fun environment? Join us over two evenings to learn some prompts to help get your creativity flowing as you begin your path to self journaling and writing.
In this two week workshop you will be provided with hints and help to start journaling, writing or recording your ideas and experiences. Feel free to share what you write or just listen. This is a no pressure environment where you can keep your writings to yourself. This workshop is for anyone wanting to put pen to paper, for enjoyment and reflection. This workshop is not about writing a book or long form documents, but budding authors are most welcome to attend.
No writing experience or talent necessary.
Explore examples of short prompt writing, take part in fun writing exercises and meet some like minded people.
Where: Hervey Bay Community Centre, 22 Charles Street, Pialba
When: Thursdays 18th and 25th of January, 7pm to 8.30pm. This is a two week workshop.
Cost: $10 per person (includes two week workshop and tea and coffee)
Bookings: Please book as soon as possible as numbers are limited. Bookings are essential.
This event is part of the HBNC’s new Local Learning Hub, a series of courses and workshops taught by volunteers and aimed at introducing Fraser Coast residents to new ideas, skills and friends. The Learning Hub has received pilot funding from the Queensland Government Department of Communities Thriving Queensland Communities Grant.
Q – Is this event Covid Safe?
A – Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre adheres to strict COVID safe practices. We ask that all attendees practice social distancing and stay home if unwell.
All attendees for events of the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre must adhere to the following practices:
– Stay at home if unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath.
– Seek assistance if becoming unwell during the event (locate security, event officials or first aid)
– Maintaining physical distancing requirements is the individuals’ responsibility