Creativity and Writing Workshops in Eastern Canada

I can’t believe I haven’t already posted this information!

If you live near Montreal or in Canada’s Maritime provinces, there are creativity and writing workshops coming your way (click on the workshop name to reach its website):

Release the Creative You is a 2 ½ hour evening workshop for teens and adults who want to explore their creativity, who have a dream they’re afraid might never come true, and who long to set their imagination free. The session will challenge, inspire, motivate and offer tools for attendees to find the courage to trust God and become the person He created them to be.  Tickets: $20 ($25 at the door) for adults, $10 ($15 at door) for high school/university students.

Friday, Oct. 17, Brossard, Quebec

Monday, Oct. 20, Sussex, New Brunswick

Tuesday, Oct. 21, Sackville, New Brunswick

Wednesday, Oct. 23, Charlottetown, PEI

Friday, Oct. 24, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Write! Montreal and Write! Maritimes are all-day sessions (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) that will help attendees identify which of their stories would be the best to begin writing; teach them a variety of ways to use their ideas; and offer tools to help with marketing. Tickets: $85 ($99 at the door) for adults, $60 ($75 at door) for seniors and students.

Saturday, Oct. 18, Brossard, Quebec

Saturday, Oct. 25, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Registration for all events is through TicketWindow.

Speaker NJ Lindquist is a Canadian author, and co-editor of the ground-breaking anthology of Canadian Christian writing, Hot Apple Cider. Here’s a brief intro from her website: “Her mysteries have been compared to the best of Agatha Christie. Her novels inspire teenage boys to read. Her wisdom and leadership have empowered thousands. Her journey from accidental conception in a tiny hamlet of the cold Canadian prairies to award-winning author and international speaker is truly inspirational.”

NJ blogs on life at What’s on My Mind? and on writing at Blue Collar Writer.

These workshops are sponsored by The Word Guild, in partnership with World Vision and That’s Life! Communications.

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