Fellow space explorers, unfortunately, we had to cancel our upcoming Mad Libs Story Battle scheduled for this upcoming Thursday.
We’re sorry to anyone who was looking forward to the event. But if you’d still like to show your love to Story Planet, it’s never too late to donate online to support our awesome after-school programming that’s FREE to students or, better yet, sign up for one of our workshops!
As well, on June 18, we’ll be hosting our first ever Open House! Come by for an amazing silent auction, free wine, beer and nibbles and some great entertainment. Drop in for a bit, stay for a while! We’ll announce more about this event soon!
Storymaking App Workshop
We’re hosting another Storymaking App Workshop this weekend! Students aged 7-11 are invited to join us on Saturday, May 30 from 10:30am-12pm to join the team and design a storytelling app made by kids for kids! This first session will be a brainstorming and ‘trying apps’ one. More workshops are schedule for when we’ll dig into design, coding and prototyping!
The registration cost of this workshop is pay what you can. If you were at our last app workshop, you’re welcome to come to this one too!
TEEN Stress Buster Workshop
Teens: Feeling overwhelmed about school? Life? We can help!
Sign up for our Teen Stress Buster workshop led by Rachael Frankford, MSW, RSW, Social Worker and mindfulness/yoga teacher and learn the skill you need to keep calm and write your exams with confidence!
The workshop will be held in our space this Sunday, May 31 from 10:30am-12pm and then again on Sunday, June 7 from 10:30-12pm.
The cost of the event is $20. For more information or to register, contact Liz at email@example.com.
The Write Space: Turning to Page 2 with Joseph Kertes
Are you writing a book? Are you confident in the first page of your manuscript? If so, bring it with you to our next Write Space Workshop with Joseph Kertes on Thursday, June 4 and present it to the rest of the workshop class. The other writers at the table will act as editors, telling you what works, what doesn’t, and whether they felt compelled to flip to page 2.
Each seat at the writer’s table costs $50. Follow this link to find out more about the workshop and reserve your spot!