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Bring your writings, musings, and questions to the Writers Guild and enjoy advice, critiques, suggestions, and good conversations. Includes an Author Tour of the Pearl S. Buck national Historic Landmark House. Led by Dr. Anne K. Kaler, the Editor of the Writers Guild.
Classes scheduled on the 3rd Sunday of every month starting 2/15/2015 and ending 10/18/2015 at 1:30PM
Writing is a proven, effective way to create and maintain wellness. It reduces stress, provides insight, and clarifies thoughts and emotions. By using the ancient image of a labyrinth, this writing workshop will help you understand the benefits and get you started writing. This creative workshop will challenge the right brain – left brain dichotomy and give participants an opportunity to walk the Community Labyrinth at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown.

The workshop opens with a presentation about the history and mystery of an ancient cross cultural and non-denominational walking pattern called the labyrinth. Attendees will work on writing exercises and be given the opportunity to share their personal journeys and stories. Writers will have a lunch break to eat their brown-bagged lunch and then meet up in Doylestown at the labyrinth at the Michener Museum for a presentation with the creators of the labyrinth. The workshop wraps up with the participants drawing insight and inspiration from their time walking the labyrinth.
Saturday, July 18, 2015 at 9:00 AM

Questions? Email or call 267-421-6203.

Act 48 Credit is available for each of the below workshops through the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.
In order to get Act 48 Credit for attending a workshop, you must click here to register separately with the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.