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April 2017

GrubStreet’s Write Down the Street: The Stories of Your Life

April 5, 2017 | 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

GrubStreet and the Boston Public Library are pleased to offer "Write Down the Street," free creative writing classes in Boston neighborhoods, beginning in the Egleston Square and Grove Hall branch libraries. Participants have the option of attending low commitment drop-in classes and more focused 6-week courses. "Stories of Your Life" is a new 6-week weekly nonfiction class being offered. Everyone has worthwhile stories to tell, but how do we make those experiences come alive on the page? In this class, we will write each week and…

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GrubStreet’s Write Down the Street: The Stories of Your Life

April 12, 2017 | 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

GrubStreet and the Boston Public Library are pleased to offer "Write Down the Street," free creative writing classes in Boston neighborhoods, beginning in the Egleston Square and Grove Hall branch libraries. Participants have the option of attending low commitment drop-in classes and more focused 6-week courses. "Stories of Your Life" is a new 6-week weekly nonfiction class being offered. Everyone has worthwhile stories to tell, but how do we make those experiences come alive on the page? In this class, we will write each week and…

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GrubStreet’s Write Down the Street: The Stories of Your Life

April 19, 2017 | 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

GrubStreet and the Boston Public Library are pleased to offer "Write Down the Street," free creative writing classes in Boston neighborhoods, beginning in the Egleston Square and Grove Hall branch libraries. Participants have the option of attending low commitment drop-in classes and more focused 6-week courses. "Stories of Your Life" is a new 6-week weekly nonfiction class being offered. Everyone has worthwhile stories to tell, but how do we make those experiences come alive on the page? In this class, we will write each week and…

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GrubStreet’s Write Down the Street: The Stories of Your Life

April 26, 2017 | 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

GrubStreet and the Boston Public Library are pleased to offer "Write Down the Street," free creative writing classes in Boston neighborhoods, beginning in the Egleston Square and Grove Hall branch libraries. Participants have the option of attending low commitment drop-in classes and more focused 6-week courses. "Stories of Your Life" is a new 6-week weekly nonfiction class being offered. Everyone has worthwhile stories to tell, but how do we make those experiences come alive on the page? In this class, we will write each week and…

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May 2017

GrubStreet’s Write Down the Street: The Stories of Your Life

May 3, 2017 | 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

GrubStreet and the Boston Public Library are pleased to offer "Write Down the Street," free creative writing classes in Boston neighborhoods, beginning in the Egleston Square and Grove Hall branch libraries. Participants have the option of attending low commitment drop-in classes and more focused 6-week courses. "Stories of Your Life" is a new 6-week weekly nonfiction class being offered. Everyone has worthwhile stories to tell, but how do we make those experiences come alive on the page? In this class, we will write each week and…

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GrubStreet’s Write Down the Street: The Stories of Your Life

May 10, 2017 | 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

GrubStreet and the Boston Public Library are pleased to offer "Write Down the Street," free creative writing classes in Boston neighborhoods, beginning in the Egleston Square and Grove Hall branch libraries. Participants have the option of attending low commitment drop-in classes and more focused 6-week courses. "Stories of Your Life" is a new 6-week weekly nonfiction class being offered. Everyone has worthwhile stories to tell, but how do we make those experiences come alive on the page? In this class, we will write each week and…

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Did You Know?

Certain books were “banned in Boston” at least as far back as 1651, when one William Pynchon wrote a book criticizing Puritanism.