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February 20, 2020 - March 12, 2020 (10:00 AM - 11:30 AM)

Legacy Letter Writing and Grandparent’s Journal

A Free, 4-Week Writing workshop moderated by Eva Feeley

Legacy Letter Writing – One Session (February 20th)

Similar to an ethical will, a personal legacy letter is written to share what has been most important in your life with the most important people in your life. It is intended to be shared with loved ones while you are still alive, perhaps at a special family

occasion. Using an outline, participants will complete a rough draft of their letter during one 90-minute session. If you are interested in creating a more

detailed document, you may decide to participate in...

Grandparent’s Journal – A 3-Session Workshop (Starting February 27th)

Despite the title, you needn’t have grandchildren to prepare this document. Any loved younger person would be a grateful recipient of your journal. Using an outline provided by the instructor, participants journal their memories and wisdom to the intended recipient/s. During the course of three weekly sessions, we will write

information about family, roots, school days, falling in love, and end with our wishes for the readers of our journal.

*Participants must bring their own pencils and notebooks.*

*Registration required*


February 20 & 27, March 5 & 12, 2020


Ocean City Free Public Library, 1735 Simpson Ave, Ocean City NJ

Eva Feeley is a Sea Isle City writer who has been teaching fiction, creative non-fiction writing, and poetry in Cape May, Cumberland and Atlantic Counties since 2008. Eva has developed and presented a series of memoir-writing workshops that have become her most popular. She is a member of the Jersey Cape Writers, the Great Bay Poets, and the South Jersey Poets Group. Eva has presented at the New Jersey Writers Conference and twice at the North Wildwood Beach Writers Conference. She is the author of two books: Listen to Me, Young Lady, a memoir and Survivors of Snake Bites, a collection of her poetry

Please register at 609-399-2434 x5222 or email Seats are limited!

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