2015 Young Writers' Workshop
Saturday, March 21, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)
Scarsdale, New York
Welcome to the 2015 Young Writers' Workshop!
The 20th annual event is open to all Scarsdale third through fifth graders. We look forward to seeing you at the Middle School on Saturday March 21st!
Don’t miss out on Chris Grabenstein’s keynote:
“How Do You Get To THE ISLAND OF DR. LIBRIS? Just Say YES!”
Grabenstein’s ESCAPE FROM MR. LEMONCELLO'S LIBRARY spent six months in the top ten on the New York Times Middle Grades bestseller list. He is also the co-author (with James Patterson) of the #1 Bestsellers HOUSE OF ROBOTS, I FUNNY, I EVEN FUNNIER, and TREASURE HUNTERS.
Be the first to have a signed copy of Grabenstein's newest book:
The Island of Dr. Libris
Purchase the book now for delivery at the event.
Learn about all our workshops in our Workshop Guide. Choose from 33 inspiring workshops taught by top creative professionals from the New York area.
You can now order books from some of our presenters at the same time as you register your kids for this event. Just scroll down to “additional option”. Books will be delivered to your child at the event or at school the following week.
Select five workshops, in order of preference, from the Workshop Guide. Your child will be placed in two of the five courses, but you must still make five selections. Please note that registration will run from February 2nd to February 28th. Registration after February 28th will be charged a $10 late fee and are subject to workshop availability. Registrations will not be accepted after March 6th. All fees are nonrefundable.
Donate to a Good Cause
Why We Read is a new organization that strives to encourage a love of reading to underprivileged elementary age children. Books needed most are for children ages 6-12.
Don’t forget to sign up to volunteer at the event. We rely on volunteers to make the program work for our children.
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karen Palaniappan, Event Co-Chair
Chris Peckett, Event Co-Chair