Lifelong Learning Series—Writing Your Life Story (ONLINE)

November 12
at 6:00pm

FREE

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Everyone’s got one: their OWN life story. Bay Street Theater’s Associate Artistic Director Will Pomerantz—master storyteller, playwright, and director—will present this unique writing seminar. Students will learn how to access their own creative writing skills to write their own story in their own words. Will Pomerantz will share his writing successes and challenges in this fun and engaging seminar.

 

In collaboration with AARP Long Island.

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