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Memoirs OutLOUD – A Creative Writing Workshop: St George Library Center, 5 Central Ave, SINY 10301. On the 1st & 3d Saturday of the month. Next workshops at St George Library: Sat, Aug 6th at 10am. (“Waiting to fly” & “a problematic love) and Sat Aug 20th at 10am.
Thanks for arriving promptly as a courtesy to your fellow writers. Staten Island OutLOUD welcomes Islanders to this stimulating writing studio, open to all adults. If you are an experienced writer, or if you’re just beginning to explore your writing potential, this workshop offers a welcoming & nurturing environment.
Saturday, July 30, 2016, at 4pm. At the historic Biddle House, 70 Satterlee St (at Shore Road), SINY 10307. Free parking on surrounding streets. The Biddle House is located about 500 feet from the corner of Sattlerlee St & Hylan Blvd, past the Conference House. PLEASE BRING LAWNCHAIRS!
Our performance will take place rain or shine.
Staten Island OutLOUD hosts our annual celebration of Herman Melville’s haunting tale of the sea. Music by Viva Voce Brass Ensemble.
Captain Henry Hogg Biddle, who owned the ferryboat between Tottenville and Perth Amboy, as well as Biddle’s Grove, a summer resort for temperance groups, constructed this house about 1845. It is a rare example in New York of the Greek Revival architectural style, with identical sweeping, sloped rooflines on both facades.
Thursday, August 18, 2016 at 2pm. Richmondtown Branch Library, 200 Clarke Ave, SINY 10306
Staten Island OutLOUD invites young readers and their parents/guardians to join the fun in reading aloud to a gentle, licensed therapy dog. JJ is a sweet canine girl who is a patient listener and who loves kids!
Kids – Bring your favorite book from home, or borrow a book from the library’s collection. Then sit down and read to JJ.
Fun & free! Hosted by Doris Nielsen, licensed therapy dog trainer – She’s also JJ’s mom!
Sunday, Oct 23, 3pm. At the Alice Austen House Museum, 2 Hylan Blvd (2 blocks off Bay St), SINY 10305