[OT] Fun creative writing class for teens!
- Hey all,Somewhat by design, I don't really know a whole lot of teenagers, but I imagine a good number of you do. And since you're all very intelligent, creative people, I imagine that some of the younger folks you know are likely to follow the same pattern.If you've got a niece, nephew, child, student, etc. between the ages of 13 and 17 that has an interest in creative writing or is just looking for a creative outlet, I highly recommend this new program being offered by the Somerville Public Library.It's being run by a couple of friends of friends who happen to be local Somerville authors and all-around good folks.Check it out:http://www.somervillepubliclibrary.org/blog/?p=1563-Peter Z
I know that there is a lot of stuff going on this week, however, my limited capacity for paying attention has me devoted to trying to get shit done, so here, for your pleasure, is a paucity of Summer eventses.
Come on down and tell us how your last-minute projects are progressing along on their lonesome while you talk with us about time limitations over a pint or many of the good stuff.
7:30 'til late at the Cambridge Brewing Co.
Wed. June 26
Urban Landscape Night - 6-8:00PM
Photographic resource Center, 832 Comm. Ave., Boston
Thur. June 27:
Making it Happen: Who Needs to Know What?
BSA Space, 290 Congress St., Boston
Fri. June 28:
Holy Shit: A Brief History of Swearing - 7:00PM
Harvard Bookstore, 1256 Mass. Ave., Harvard Sq.
Cambridge Outdoor City Dance Party - 7-11:00PM
Cambridge City Hall
Sat. June 29:
Opening Reception: Occupying the Present - 3-8:00PM
Harbor Arts, 26 Marginal Way, E. Boston
Sun. June 30:
Davis Sq. Flea Market - 10:00AM-4:00PM
Crnr Buena Vista Rd. & Holland St.
Cupcake Camp Boston: Winter Farmer's Market Fundraiser - 11:00AM - 4:00PM
Hodgkins-Curtin Park, Davis Sq.
Meatball Take-Down - 2-4:00PM
Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave., Somerville
Revenge of the Robot Battle Nuns - 8:00PM
Oberon, 2 Arrow St., Harvard Sq.