Personal Writing for Grief
Time & Location
About the Event
PERSONAL WRITING FOR GRIEF with CRAIG CZURY (in Person at The Greenhouse or Pavilion)
Writing as medicine. Writing as freedom. Writing as touch. As antiseptic and poultice.
This series of four carefully-guided writing exercises address the wide range of ways that grief is felt, and the endless ways we can express particular aspects of the process. Growing older gives us more and more reasons to grieve - but it also gives us great capacity to walk through it. Confidential and intimate, our writing will be a form of connection and mindfulness - a guided time of reflection and help finding the good, healing words. Open to all writing levels. (Meeting is in person but we will move to remote Zoom class if necessary.)
YOUR INSTRUCTOR: Craig Czury, International Poet and Fulbright Scholar (www.craigczury.com)
THE DETAILS: Open to all levels, these small-group sessions are casual, interactive, and uplifting - and respectful above all. Registration is required. Limited space to allow for meaningful interaction and feedback from instructor. Classes will be held in person at The Greenhouse or Park pavillion. Safety is our top priority, and participants will be seated at individual tables at a safe distance for participation. Masks are required to enter and can be removed when seated tables.
For people Age 60 and over: Class is free thanks to the sponsorship of the Lackawanna County Area Agency on Aging.
For people Age 59 and below: A $20 donation to the Greenhouse Project is requested. Donation can be made here or mailed: https://scrantongreenhouse.org/donate/
TO REGISTER: Email to sign up or for info: getGHPinfo@gmail.com