Lifestory Writing

Lifestory Writing— 5 to 6 p.m., first and third Mondays of the month
Lifestory writing helps document experiences for future generations, gain an overview of your life, and enjoy the personal satisfaction that comes with writing. Enjoy a sense of community with those who share your interest in writing. Bring your writing to be workshopped during meetings. Join anytime!

No registration required. Call 724-226-3491 with any questions.

Participants may email their stories to before class or bring a typed or hand written copy with them when they arrive.

Below is a list of writing prompts assigned in class.  These prompts are meant to be a source of inspiration only.  Participants are not obligated to follow these prompts and may write about any topic they like. Please limit class submissions to no more than 4 handwritten pages.

Writing Prompts:

10/15/17:  What was the first moment you felt truly grown up or independent?

11/6/17: Halloween: Ideas to consider. How do you celebrate Halloween? Talk about a memorable Halloween, your favorite Halloween costume, a trip to a haunted house, tell us how you celebrated growing up or as an adult, talk about a special Halloween Party or celebration.

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