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Writing Fiction From Life Writing Class

Instructor, Nancy McMillan
Wednesdays March 18, 25, April 1, 15, 22, 29
7 pm – 8:30 PM

Fiction writers often draw material from real life and reshape it into fictional stories, often to “protect the innocent” and/or enhance the story. In this class, students will learn how to transform real people into fictional characters, create fictional settings from actual places, and turn anecdotes into engaging reads. In the first class students will generate story ideas, and then spend the next five classes developing and refining their stories, based on the time-honored 5-part story structure.

Award-winning writer Nancy McMillan is the author of March Farm: Season by Season on a Connecticut Family Farm, published in 2012. The book was a finalist in both the DaVinci Eye and First Horizon categories of the Eric Hoffer Book Award, and a recipient of a Sisters-in-Script Grant. Nancy was invited to be a writer-in-residence in May 2020 at Dairy Hollow Writers Colony.

The fee for the 6-week class is $135. Class is limited to 8 students.

Writing Fiction From Life Writing Class

Instructor, Nancy McMillan
Wednesdays March 18, 25, April 1, 15, 22, 29
7 pm – 8:30 PM

Fiction writers often draw material from real life and reshape it into fictional stories, often to “protect the innocent” and/or enhance the story. In this class, students will learn how to transform real people into fictional characters, create fictional settings from actual places, and turn anecdotes into engaging reads. In the first class students will generate story ideas, and then spend the next five classes developing and refining their stories, based on the time-honored 5-part story structure.

Award-winning writer Nancy McMillan is the author of March Farm: Season by Season on a Connecticut Family Farm, published in 2012. The book was a finalist in both the DaVinci Eye and First Horizon categories of the Eric Hoffer Book Award, and a recipient of a Sisters-in-Script Grant. Nancy was invited to be a writer-in-residence in May 2020 at Dairy Hollow Writers Colony.

The fee for the 6-week class is $135. Class is limited to 8 students.

Writing Fiction From Life Writing Class

Instructor, Nancy McMillan
Wednesdays March 18, 25, April 1, 15, 22, 29
7 pm – 8:30 PM

Fiction writers often draw material from real life and reshape it into fictional stories, often to “protect the innocent” and/or enhance the story. In this class, students will learn how to transform real people into fictional characters, create fictional settings from actual places, and turn anecdotes into engaging reads. In the first class students will generate story ideas, and then spend the next five classes developing and refining their stories, based on the time-honored 5-part story structure.

Award-winning writer Nancy McMillan is the author of March Farm: Season by Season on a Connecticut Family Farm, published in 2012. The book was a finalist in both the DaVinci Eye and First Horizon categories of the Eric Hoffer Book Award, and a recipient of a Sisters-in-Script Grant. Nancy was invited to be a writer-in-residence in May 2020 at Dairy Hollow Writers Colony.

The fee for the 6-week class is $135. Class is limited to 8 students.

Writing Fiction From Life Writing Class

Instructor, Nancy McMillan
Wednesdays March 18, 25, April 1, 15, 22, 29
7 pm – 8:30 PM

Fiction writers often draw material from real life and reshape it into fictional stories, often to “protect the innocent” and/or enhance the story. In this class, students will learn how to transform real people into fictional characters, create fictional settings from actual places, and turn anecdotes into engaging reads. In the first class students will generate story ideas, and then spend the next five classes developing and refining their stories, based on the time-honored 5-part story structure.

Award-winning writer Nancy McMillan is the author of March Farm: Season by Season on a Connecticut Family Farm, published in 2012. The book was a finalist in both the DaVinci Eye and First Horizon categories of the Eric Hoffer Book Award, and a recipient of a Sisters-in-Script Grant. Nancy was invited to be a writer-in-residence in May 2020 at Dairy Hollow Writers Colony.

The fee for the 6-week class is $135. Class is limited to 8 students.

Beginner/Intermediate Stained Glass

Beginner/Intermediate Stained Glass:

This course is designed for the beginner student. We will cover complete and proper pattern design and layout. Glass selection, cutting, grinding and achieving a proper fit of your glass will all be part of your experience. This class was created by Michael for students to learn the exact techniques used here in our studio for our client projects. Our classroom is equipped with multiple grinders and saws allowing the student to maximize their time here in our space.

Glass and materials are not included in the price, some tools are needed.  A material list will be provided during the first class. The small tool kit will be available for purchase at a discount during the class. Some of the needed materials are included in the tool kit.

Dates: 6-week sessions – (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday evenings, or Friday mornings)

Cost: $165 Plus cost of Glass and Materials ($50-$200 Depending on project)

 

Mondays – 6:00-8:30pm

January 6th – February 10th

February 17th – March 23rd

March 30th – May 6th

 

Tuesdays – 6:00-8:30pm

January 7th – February 11th

February 18th – March 24th

March 31st – May 12th

Thursdays – 6:00-8:30pm

January 9th – February 13th

February 20th – March 26th

April 2nd – May 7th

Friday Mornings – 10:00am-12:30pm

January 10th – February 14th

February 21st – March 27th

April 3rd – May 8th

 

This is our most popular class, please call or email early to sign up for your desired session. You can also sign up online at http://theglasssource.eventbrite.com