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People and events from the past whisper to us, informing who we are and what we choose to do with our “one wild and precious life.” Please join Debra Kaufman and Melissa Hassard in exploring voices from the past, your responses to events or artifacts, and your own personal history through writing. As the museum’s web site tells us: “What may seem like ordinary objects tell extraordinary stories.”
All three floors of the museum and the cemetery will be open for our wanderings. Please bring a notebook and pen/pencil. We will start in the conference room and go over a few suggestions (which you are always free to disregard), then roam about the museum on our own. We will gather again in the conference room for optional sharing of our thoughts and writing.
The museum’s multicultural and thoughtfully curated collection is truly a gem and may influence your writing in unforeseen ways. Check some of the exhibits at greensborohistory.org.
Free and open to the public. All levels and genres of writing are welcome.
Co-sponsored by the Greensboro Public Library and Women Writers of the Triad.
RSVP by sending an e-mail to Melissa here.