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Tracks: How Stories Give Shape to Our Lives

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A Roaring Fork Valley Writing Seminar with Page Lambert
Saturday, September 13, Carbondale, Colorado
Co-Sponsored by Platinum Expression

Nature, the original storyteller, has been leaving tracks, telling stories, since time immemorial. Why is telling our stories any different? How can knowing more intimately the physical world where the outer story of our lives takes place, help us to more fully inhabit our inner landscapes? If the wind and rain and sun shape the landscape of the earth, what stories give our lives shape? What tracks do we leave behind? We’ll explore these questions, and more, during this one-day September seminar is beautiful Carbondale, Colorado (between Glenwood Springs and Aspen). The perfect time for a breathtaking mountain drive! Open to all levels and genres – only 3 spaces still available.

Date: Saturday, September 13, 2014; 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Cost: $100 (includes morning coffee, tea, pastry, catered luncheon)

Contact: Jeanne’ Soulsby, jeanne_soulsby@hotmail.com, or 970-230-0143

More Information and Registration Links: www.pagelambert.com/workshops_speaking.html

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