OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Library is pleased to provide a weekly “creative space” for writers. Anyone with a desire to write can join this group, which will meet every Monday from 3 to 4:30 p.m., starting Feb. 23.
The purpose of the group is to allow writers to meet, set personal goals, share a quiet space, and WRITE!
Just bring any tools you may need – a notebook, laptop, pen or pencil – and join like-minded individuals who are practicing their craft and sharing.
The group will be facilitated by Sandy Alonzo, a local published author.
At the beginning of a meeting, each writer will spend one or two minutes describing to the group his/her goal for the session. Goals are individualized and will vary from person to person.
Then, writers will separate and work either in the community room, a quiet spot in the library, outside in the park area, or any other nearby location that makes the inspiration flow.
At the end of the meeting, writers will reconvene in the community room to spend one or two minutes discussing what transpired during their writing that day.
This group will meet in the Community Room of the Oakhurst Library every Monday (except when the library is closed). The Library is located at 49044 Civic Circle Drive in Oakhurst.