WIM to present 'The Significance of Story' series in Andes
Andes — Writers in the Mountains (WIM) will present “The Significance of Story” with popular instructor Carol Little for six Monday sessions, April 15-May 20, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Andes Public Library.
Regarding the class, Carol states, “Every person’s story is unique. Stories have personal meaning, turning points and markers. As we remember and write, or write and remember, we bring together parts of ourselves that may have been scattered, distorted or hidden.”
“The events in our lives happen in a sequence in time, but in their significance to ourselves, they find their own order… the continuous thread of revelation,” Eudora Welty.
Carol holds a Master’s degree in counseling, and is a clinical member of the American Association for
Marriage and Family Therapy. She has extensive experience working with groups, and with the use of writing for personal expression. Before returning to this area in 1994, she had a private practice in Santa Rosa, and Mill Valley, CA, and taught graduate students at J.F. Kennedy University, Orinda, CA. She continues with a private practice, and has written numerous columns on topics related to emotional well being.
Class fee is $50 if you register and prepay by March 25 or $60 after that. Register on-line at www.writersinthemountains.org or call Jean Stone at 607 326-4802.