A Day of Wild WritingSat, March 19
Instructor Patti Trimble will share excerpts from published writers, discuss various elements of short-form writing, and will offer really good prompts.
This class meets at Limantour Beach and will be held entirely outdoors, taking advantage of both the beach and nearby trails as sites for writing and reflection.
This day-long class will be focused on writing as a means of personally and collectively connecting to Earth. Patti will give short workshops and prompts for writing together. We will share our writing throughout the day.
Patti Trimble‘s poems are widely published and for thirty years she wrote science, literature, and language-arts textbooks. She performs and records poetry and spoken word in the US and Europe and her workshops focus on the practice of writing, fostering energetic connections to self, others, and the natural world.
Photo Credit: Isaac Taylor
-We will be meeting at the Limantour Beach Parking Lot
– Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to check in
– Refunds available for all classes 7 days in advance of the start date, after 7 days and before 2 days, participants can credit their class for a future date. All requests before 48 hours in advance will be declined. For COVID cancellation policy, see below.
– Please follow the parking instructions for the facility used that day
– Please provide an email you check regularly for updates and reminders about your class
– Registration is required online prior to the event in order to maintain class sizes
– Sales end 48 hours before the start date.
– Waitlists are available when the class sells out
What to Bring:
You may want a light folding chair or blanket for your comfort
Warm Variable Weather Clothing and Sun Protection
Notebook and Pen/Field Journal
Eventbrite Confirmation Email
About the PRNSA Field Institute:
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COVID-19 Field Institute Guidelines
In accordance with Marin County and CDC guidelines for public health, we will require all participants to respect the following COVID-19 procedures:
• Perform a health self-check before coming to class using the CDC Symptoms of Coronavirus as a guide
• Do not attend class if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, suspect you have been exposed to the virus, or are suffering from any other flu-like or respiratory illness.
• Participants exhibiting signs of respiratory illness may be asked to leave class
During class all participants will be required to do the following
• We recommend that all participants continue to wear masks at this time, however, in accordance with CDC guidelines, exceptions can be made for fully vaccinated individuals
• Fully vaccinated individuals may remove masks for outdoor classes, but we recommend continuing to maintain a 4’-6’ distance from other participants
• Unvaccinated individuals are required to wear a face covering unless farther than 6’ from other participants in an outdoor class
• At this time masks are required for all participants indoors regardless of vaccination status
• Bring your own food and water
• We reserve the right to modify requirements as recommended by NPS regulations or local county health orders at the time of class
NOTE: Refund policy exceptions will be made for participants cancelling last minute due to COVID-19 infection or symptoms. Please contact us in this case.
Thank you for your continuing cooperation in following these guidelines to help keep everyone safe.