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Summer Camp (Alberta): WordsWorth – Writers’ Guild of Alberta

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Summer Camp (Alberta): WordsWorth – Writers’ Guild of Alberta

 

Summer is underway and it’s just a few weeks until the start of WordsWorth 2019: Legends of Note.

Taking place at Kamp Kiwanis, nestled near the bank of the Elbow River, WordsWorth is a week-long sleepover creative writing residency for young writers who believe in the power of words. Writers will be completely immersed in the creative and diverse world of writing. Guided by established and respected artist-instructors, writers will experience writing through fiction, poetry, spoken word, music, drama, film making, monologue and nonfiction. But the experiences don’t begin and end with the classes, WordsWorth is a place where young writers come together to celebrate writing through friendship, campfires, concerts, open mic sessions, hikes, haikus and rousing games of Death Polo in the pool.

Week 1 of WordsWorth takes place from July 14 – 19 and is for writers aged 11 – 14. Week 2 runs from July 21 – 26 and is for writers aged 15 – 19. There are also a few spots left for Week 3 from July 28 – August 2 for writers aged 14 – 19, as well as the doubly epic two-week option where writers aged 14 – 19 get to embark on a writing adventure spanning both Week 2 and Week 3 (with a short break in between while everyone catches their breath from all the fun!)

Check out the fantastic instructors and courses who will be at WordsWorth: Legends of Note on our website at https://writersguild.ca/2019-wordsworth-instructors-courses/

There is time left to register, so don’t miss out on this epic summer camp experience. Register now and be a part of WordsWorth: Legends of Note! For more information or to register, check out our website at https://writersguild.ca/programs-services/wordsworth/

 

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