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Memoirs OutLOUD – Creative Writing Workshop: 1st & 3d Saturdays


Pencil tip on notepadMemoirs OutLOUD – A Creative Writing Workshop: St George Library Center, 5 Central Ave, SINY 10301.  On the 1st & 3d Saturday of the month. Next workshop at St George Library: Sat, June 4 at 10am.  (“I perceived with satisfaction“).

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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.

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“The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Sept 2015-Spring, 2016. The Big Read.

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The Merry Wives of Windsor

POSTPONED!  RESCHEDULED DATE TBA!!!  Flagship Brewery, 40 Minthorne St, SINY 10301

A spoken word performance with special guests “Going Up?” Productons – puppeteeres Dana Morgan & Cara Liander.  Sorry, due to a late-breaking schedule issue, this event is being postponed til later this spring.  New date TBA.  Thanks!

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Staten Island OutLOUD at the Greenbelt

Saturday, June 4, 2pm at the Greenbelt Nature Center, 700 Rockland Ave, SINY 10314.

Details TBA

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Bloomsday OutLOUD: James Joyce’s “Ulysses”

Thursday, June 16, 7pm.  Every Thing Goes Book Cafe, 208 Bay St (between Victory Blvd & Hannah St), SINY 10301

Staten Island OutLOUD’s annual celebration of James Joyce’s comic epic, Ulysses.  We’ll read from Joyce’s work, accompanied by Irish music, good cheer and good company.  Free & open to the public.  More details TBA,Joyce-closeup-Color

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Declaration of Independence

Monday, July 4, 2016.  Time TBA.  At historic Fort Wadsworth.

Details TBA

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Moby Dick

Saturday, July 30, 2016, at 4pm.  At historic Conference House Park, 7455 Hylan Blvd, SINY 10309.  Free parking in the lot & surrounding streets

Staten Island OutLOUD hosts our annual celebration of Herman Melville’s haunting tale of the sea.  Details TBA.

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Freshkills, Thoreau and the Sanitation Worker

Sunday, July 31, 1:00m.  Meet at the Eltingville Transit Center, Richmond Ave & Arthur Kill Road, SINY 10309.  (Plenty of free parking.  We will board a van for the short ride into Freshkills Park.)

FREE, BUT RESERVATIONS ARE ESSENTIAL – LIMITED SPACE!  Please RSVP at this link: http://freshkillspark.org/programs/staten-island-outloud-freshkills-thoreau-sanitation-worker    When you  RSVP, Freshkills Park will send you a confirmation message, with further info. Thanks!

Discover the oral history of people who worked at the old Fresh Kills landfill on Staten Island, for the NYC Dept of Sanitation.  They took pride in their hard work; did they know the landfill would one day become a park?  Their oral histories are thoughtful, insightful and poetic.  They pair beautifully with the writing of 19th century naturalist and philosopher Henry David Thoreau, who himself spent time on Staten Island.

Join us as we tour Freshkills Park, NYC’s largest and newest park.  It dwarfs Central Park, and is studied worldwide a global model for reclamation and creative adaptation.

Rain or shine.  We’ll tour the park in a comfy van, then we’ll explore Thoreau and an unusual aspect of local oral history in the Freshkills Visitors’ Center.

Free, but you must RSVP, due to space limitations.  To reserve your spot, visit  http://freshkillspark.org/programs/staten-island-outloud-freshkills-thoreau-sanitation-worker

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Women Who Write Mysteries

Sunday, Oct 23, 3pm.  At the Alice Austen House Museum, 2 Hylan Blvd (2 blocks off Bay St), SINY 10305

Details TBA

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