Write Your Memoirs With Riverside Writers

. March 31, 2018.
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A new program, Riverside Writers, offers a creative outlet for seniors on the third Thursday of each month. Participants will write about a given topic over a four-week period, presenting their work at the next month’s meeting. Topics include life events, memories and pastimes. Participant’s writings will be assembled as a legacy collection to be shared with family and friends. Enjoy a warm bowl of homemade soup and bread while sharing your stories at this fun and relaxed activity.

RSVP by calling St. Paul’s Church office.

1:30-2:30pm | Third Thursday of Every Month
HeArt Gallery and Studios | 428 N. Erie St., Toledo
419-243-4212 | stpaulstoledo.org

These events are free.

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