It is always a welcome pleasure to spend time with our two friends, Michael Czarnecki and Steve Coffman at their Writing Workshop presentation. Over the many, many years that Michael has been coming to Indian Lake he has offered a variety of programs in order to inspire our writing. When Steve joined him, quite a few years ago also, the two of them offered a balance of poetry with memoir writing. Finally, the two have developed a pattern of sharing their personal wisdom as well as critiquing writing brought to them by members of our group. The beauty of this is that it offers each of us a personal response from both Michael and Steve. Their ability to listen carefully and make thoughtful suggestions enables us to work on improving a specific piece of our own writing. This has been a very successful experience for all of us. Because of this style everyone who attended shared their writing and benefitted from Michael and Steve’s critiques Continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, from 1-4 PM, Both Prose Writer Steve Coffman and Poet Michael Czarnecki return to the Indian Lake Library for a writing workshop. All are welcome to this free event. The library will re-open at 7PM for an open reading.
Saturday, October 18th, the library will hold a computer training class on using the internet. This is a class for beginners or refreshers and will include the basics of online searching information on the web, banking, shopping online, setting up and using email. Please call in advance, since space is limited.
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Hello everyone. We seem to have had a pause in our regular meeting schedules. Last month’s meeting time was usurped by the Do Tell Program which was initiated by Nancy Berkowitz and offered for those who wished to try Story Telling as a supplement to their writing skills. As it turned out the Do Tell Program was a success Continue reading
Sign up today! Beginning PC Class starts Saturday, 9/27, 9 AM-10 AM. No experience required. Refreshers welcome!
Learn to perform your Personal Stories at this free workshop series led by storytellers Margaret French & Betty Cassidy. Join us for four Wednesdays, 1:30- 3:30 PM. All welcome! This series is produced by the Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library and made possible in part with a grant from the Alfred Z Solomon Charitable Trust.
The Indian Lake Writers group hope to have their new publication ready by the holidays. Share the Adirondacks with a gift of short stories, poetry and prose! The Penny Readers read selections to the group and they were just stunning!
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We won’t be having the tech drop in on Wednesday, August 6th, so come in Saturday, Aug 2 or August 9th at 9 and we’ll try to help.