Stories From the Wildside
A Tracking and Nature Storytelling Class
Spend Friday mornings this winter traipsing through woodlands in search of wildlife stories. Practice tracking animals and reading clues about the life of the forest. Learn techniques for developing characters, drawing readers into a place, and creating intriguing plots.
Create an original fiction story featuring native wildlife and real places, based on your own experiences. Publish your work by putting together a completed written, drawn, or photography based story to be housed at Kestrel and shared with the public, and take home your own copy, too.
This program deliberately encompasses a wide age range in order to build a community of writers with many perspectives, interests and talents. No previous creative writing experience required.
Dates Fridays, March 23, 2018 to May 4th 2018 (Not meeting April 20th)
- Time 10:30am-12:30pm
- Ages 9 - 14
- Price $90.00
- Location TBA in Gloucester area
- Instructors Jessica Kagle and Emily Johnston
This is a drop off program. If you would like to stay and join us, you are welcome as long as you let us know in advance. All adults who attend are expected to fully participate in the program and assist with engaging the children.