FULTON, NY – With spring break right around the corner, CNY Arts Center plans to continue the fun started with Winter Break into Writing.
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Jim Farfaglia, local author and poet, will again host “Break into Writing” at Fulton Public Library for 10-14 year olds, 10 a.m. to noon April 2-6.
The class is designed for young people who love to write and will feature activities and instruction on improving writing skills.
Youth interested in all types of writing are welcome.
“Each day we will explore a different style of writing: science fiction, poetry, autobiography, songwriting, and newspaper reporting,” Farfaglia noted. “We will also have time to write and share our writing with each other.”
A fee for the class will be charged. Financial assistance to help with the fee is available.