Childrens’ Creative Writing Workshop

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Childrens’ Creative Writing Workshop

National Botanic Gardens, Sunday 10th February 2019

Caoimhe Creed, guide at Dublin Castle and former Fighting Words instructor, will lead you through the process of crafting a story inspired by the Botanic Gardens. Nature and plants have enlivened much of literature and there are many amazing stories represented in the Gardens' collections. In this session, Caoimhe will show you how to derive inspiration from your surroundings and release your creative writing potential.

Booking Information
Call (01) 804 0319 / 857 0909 or email: botanicgardens@opw.ie


Date:
Sunday 10th February 2019
Time:
2.00pm - 4.00pm
Price:
Free - Booking Essential
Address:
National Botanic Gardens, Botanic, Dublin 9, Ireland

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