Following is a list of upcoming events: readings, writing workshops and seminars, and so on. Unless specified otherwise, events happen in Nova Scotia, Canada. We strongly encourage you to check dates and times with hosting organizations as typos and sudden changes happen. Follow us on Twitter, @WFNS, to hear about these events and more day-to-day.

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Writing Workshop for Women and Men Who Have Had Cancer or Are Still in Treatment

Two FREE six-week Writing Workshops for those interested in prose, poetry or creative non-fiction. - 1. on Saturday afternoons for Men and Women who have had cancer or are still in treatment beginning May 6th from 2-4 at Sobeys Community Room on Queen Street. 2. on Tuesday Evenings for Women who have had cancer or are still in treatment, from 6-8 PM. Beginning June 20th at Sobeys Community Room on Queen Street.

There are TWO six-week workshops! (See ABove!) Thanks for posting these!
Saturday, May 6, 2017 - 2:15pm

Creatively Speaking Toastmasters group

This group was formed with writers in mind. Why? Writers can be called upon to introduce other speakers at an event or even lead a meeting. We can enhance the skills you may already have or give you skills that you will need to do the role professionally. Guests are very welcome!

Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia office on Marginal Road across from Pier 21.
Monday, May 8, 2017 - 6:30pm

Reading Where We Live

The Ernest Buckler Literary Event Society presents a celebration of local authors and literature. Keynote speakers will be author/professor Alexander MacLeod (Saint Mary's University) and professor Nick Mount (University of Toronto) who will join a panel discussion (Dr. Barry Moody, Paul Colville, Nancy Bent) and Q and A session on writing locally. A video screening, dramatic readings,dramatic presentation and locally sourced supper (D'Aubin Family Meats) with cash bar will be featured.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #33 Jeffrey Street Bridgetown, NS
Saturday, June 3, 2017 - 4:00pm