Writing Techniques for Keeping a Journal – NEW!

This half-day workshop will provide a look at techniques for keeping a journal. You may have kept a journal when you were a teenager. You may have written snippets about special life events. You may be struggling now trying to understand these difficult times. Journal writing is healing and satisfying. But many don’t know how to begin or they begin and give up. In this workshop, we’ll write using prompts, look at journals as examples and learn strategies you can use to keep writing for your own interest and pleasure.

Special Notes

  • Classes are confirmed one week prior to the start date. In order to help us confirm classes, please register as early as possible.
About the Instructor

Marsha Owens

Marsha Owens, happily retired from a career in education, now enjoys reading, writing, and whenever possible, teaching. She is a strong advocate for public education and lifelong learning. A certified trainer for the Myers-Briggs Temperament Inventory, she has used the MBTI with varied groups in schools, businesses, and churches. Her writing has been published in the Virginia English Bulletin, Life in 10 Minutes, New Verse News, and she is a proud recipient of the Leslie Shiel Scholarship Award for Writers Who Read, awarded through the Visual Arts Center of Richmond.

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Class Details
February 231 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Day: Sun
Tuition: $35.00
Member Tuition: $31.50
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Marsha Owens
Level: Beginner