West Paris Public Library

Writing Your Memories: Roots & Recollections A Writing Workshop for Women

Writing Your Memories: Roots & Recollections
A Writing Workshop Series

This workshop is for you if you’d like to:
- generate writing material from the vast archives of your life
- venture on a life review for yourself
- create a story heritage for your children & grandchildren

Time: Tuesdays 10am - Noon
Dates: July 23, 30; August 6, 13, 20
Location: West Paris Library
* To register, contact Brenda at the West Paris Library (207-674-2004)

Memory is a writer’s treasure trove. It’s also the storehouse for all the experiences that have made you who you are.
Join a circle of women to explore writing strategies that awaken the memories tucked into the folds of your past. You will discover new gems in the old, familiar stories. You will uncover new stories ripe and ready to be written. Once the well of memory is primed, it gives forth abundantly. You’ll be amazed at how interesting your life actually has been!
Most importantly, as you write your memories, you will be acknowledging those moments, both modest and profound, which have given your life its shape and meaning; those bits and pieces which, all added up, comprise your story. It's one worth remembering. One worth telling.
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Led by Stephanie Frykholm, a writer, craniosacral practitioner, & life coach who facilitates writing circles, workshops, and retreats that explore the intersection of creativity, mindfulness, & body wisdom.