This four-week workshop is for anyone who is interested in writing poetry. Beginners are welcome - no prior experience necessary! Topics will include how to find a topic, simple forms of poetry to use, and how to edit one's writing. Contact the library (920-834-7730, firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by in person) to register for this free workshop, and bring pen and paper to the first class on February 6!
This workshop will be taught by Diane Nichols, former high school and college English teacher. She has authored poems, short stories, local history books, and the column "A Nichol's Worth."
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Are you in a recipe rut? Interested in getting tips and chatting with other cooks? Join the Farnsworth Foodies! We’ll pick a theme for each session and invite participants to cook up a dish to pass that fits the theme. October's theme is SQUASH. We’ll sample everyone’s dishes and have time to exchange recipes and chat about what went right or wrong, where to find recipes, etc.
For adults only. Each participant must bring a finished, home-cooked dish, a serving utensil and a copy of the recipe.
The Library will provide plates, eating utensils, and beverages. No registration necessary.