Adults

Holiday Topiaries @ Ambler

Tuesday, November 8, 2016 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
Ambler

Join Penn State Master Gardener Sharon Gross for a demonstration on making holiday topiaries.
She'll share with you all the tips and tricks you will need to make your own!

Tea and Scones  6:30 pm
Program starts  7:00 pm

This program is part of Tea and Scones.

Say you'll be there! Stop by the Library or call 215-646-1072 to register or for more information!
Our Tea and Scones programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Ambler Library!

 

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Writing for Publication

Friday, October 30, 2015 - 12:30pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

Hands-on writing workshop with published, award-winning writer Janet Mason.

This class is about discovering what is unique about your story.  This is the most direct path to publication, and the most direct path to you! Designed both for writers who want to focus on traditional routes of  publication and for those who want to preserve their stories for posterity (via self-publishing). Find your unique viewpoint that you have to offer. In-class writing assignments including exercises in mining your raw material;  creating detailed concise prose -- either fact or fiction -- that brings the reader into the immediacy of your writing; how to assess the literary marketplace; find out what is written on your subject and what remains to be written; write a book outline/proposal; how to publish memoir and novel excerpts; how to contact agents, small presses and self-publishing options.

This series is 6 classes long: Fridays at 12:30 pm. October 2 to November 13. No class October 23.

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Writing for Publication

Friday, October 9, 2015 - 12:30pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

Hands-on writing workshop with published, award-winning writer Janet Mason.

This class is about discovering what is unique about your story.  This is the most direct path to publication, and the most direct path to you! Designed both for writers who want to focus on traditional routes of  publication and for those who want to preserve their stories for posterity (via self-publishing). Find your unique viewpoint that you have to offer. In-class writing assignments including exercises in mining your raw material;  creating detailed concise prose -- either fact or fiction -- that brings the reader into the immediacy of your writing; how to assess the literary marketplace; find out what is written on your subject and what remains to be written; write a book outline/proposal; how to publish memoir and novel excerpts; how to contact agents, small presses and self-publishing options.

This series is 6 classes long: Fridays at 12:30 pm. October 2 to November 13. No class October 23.

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Art Movie: Between the Folds

Thursday, August 20, 2015 - 2:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

The Conshohocken Art League returns with another well-done movie in their series of artist movies. Origami ia not just paper cranes. A determined group of theoretical scientists and fine artists have abandoned conventional careers to forge unlikely new lives as modern paper folders. These intrepid individuals are interpreting the world in paper, creating a wild mix of sensibilities that redefine art, science and creativity. Come try your hand at origami folding. Includes free directions for a jumping frog.

Visit conshohockenartleague.org for current events, classes, workshops and summer camps. Call Fern @ 610-937-7208 or fernlabuhn@yahoo.com for additional information.

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