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Memoir: Freeing the Writer Within

July 15 @ 4:00 PM - July 17 @ 12:00 PM EDT

Barbara O’Neil, MEd

Memoir: Freeing the Writer Within Instructor

July 15-17, 2022

A Writing Retreat

About the Program

Do you love to write but don’t find the time for it? Have you started a memoir and find it more about the facts of your life and less about the soul of your life, the things that really matter? Join us on a journey into writing practice as we leave the inner critic at the door and keep our hands moving across the pages of our notebooks. This program includes teaching, reading, small group and individual work, and time to quiet the mind with periods of silence and meditation.

 

In this noisy world of ours, we will listen to the inner voice and trust what comes. Take away methods on how to continue your writing practice long after this retreat. All are welcome, no experience necessary.

Details

Starts

Friday, July 15 @ 4 p.m.

(check-in 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.)

 

Ends

Sunday, July 17@ 12:00 pm

 

Cost

Total cost, including room and board: $370

Program fee only: $130

Scholarships may be available.

 

Register

This program is currently full. 

Only the waitlist is open. If you want to be added to the waitlist, please use the mail in registration. You will be contacted if an opening becomes available. 

Location

Adelynrood Retreat and Conference Center

46A Elm Street

Byfield, MA 01922-2812

Meet the Instructor

Barbara O’Neil, M.Ed., is a life-long teacher and writer. She leads writing groups for students in the Boston area and a yearly writing retreat in Taos, NM. She finds writing to be a powerful vehicle for self-expression and creativity and is passionate about guiding others on their path as writers. In 2017, Barbara was awarded a writing residency at the Mabel Dodge Luhan House in Taos.

Details

Start:
July 15 @ 4:00 PM EDT
End:
July 17 @ 12:00 PM EDT

Venue

Adelynrood Retreat & Conference Center
46A Elm Street
Byfield, MA 01922 United States
Phone:
978-462-6721