Thank you to everyone who came out to participate/help out with our Author Fest Alpha Workshops. We visited four schools across Toronto in two days to host our galaxy-famous Alpha Workshops and had an absolute blast doing it!
Writers Room Series at Pauline Public School
Starting April 7, every Tuesday morning from 9:30-11:15am, students from Pauline Public School will receive extra writing support during school hours. This is a great opportunity for volunteers who are teacher candidates or who want to gain an in-school experience.
If you’re interested in helping out with any of the programs we’re putting together, let us know!
We’re very excited to announce the return of our Writer’s Club workshop. This FREE workshop series will give students grades 5-8 the chance to work on a range of creative writing projects; from stories to poems, songwriting to screenwriting, photo journalism to comedy, and any other forms they’d like to explore. You bring your ideas and we’ll supply paper and pens!
The program will run every Monday from 4-5pm starting April 20th.
To register please contact Joe at email@example.com or phone us at 416-645-1049.
The Last Edition of Story Club
Our third and final session of Story Club: Travel Guide starts April 30. This final installment of Story Club will be used along with the previous sessions and in conjunction with 826NYC to create a travel guide for young astronauts from Toronto and New York City alike.
This 5-week program will meet every Thursday afternoon from 3:45-5.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register!
The Next Afterlight Book Club Meeting
Our Afterlight Book Club will be meeting again on Tuesday, May 5 to discuss The Massey Murder by Charlotte Gray, which was a selection of “The Globe Books 100: Best Canadian Non-Fiction” list in 2013 and a finalist for the RBC Taylor Prize in 2014.
Check out our Meetup event page to find out more about the book, RSVP and let us know of any dietary conditions we should be aware of.