Welcome

 
2015 RWC Members

2015 RWC Members

The Reading-Writing Connection (RWC), is a focused group of writers who meet twice per month (first and third Wednesday) to encourage and foster each other to write and publish their work. This is accomplished through guest speakers and readings that trigger the imagination and bring back life memories.

The primary goal of RWC, is to encourage people to write their memoirs or stories relating to their lives or the lives of their families. Our meetings combine a book club aspect with a writing circle purpose. They are geared to trigger memories, put them in writing, and leave a legacy for families, friends, and community members. There is also a social aspect, where members who are interested go to a local restaurant for lunch following the meeting.

Everyone who is interested is welcome to attend the meetings. This is an informal group. Writers are welcome to come as often or as little as they wish to read, listen or share experiences orally.

The public is invited to join us for special events, such as speakers, presentations by writers from other regions, etc. or at our regular meetings where speakers/presentations are scheduled over the noon hour to enable members of the public to pop in to listen.

PLEASE NOTE:  There will be no meetings in December or the beginning of January.

Note:  Check out the new Items of Interest page.


Resources gathered will be shared amongst group members 
and available to the public in the library.

The Reading/Writing Connection
In partnership with the Haliburton County Public Library

Meeting Dates: 

Haliburton County Public Library – Dysart Branch (Howard Roberts Room)
The first Wednesday of the month

Haliburton County Public Library – Minden Hills Branch (Rotary Room)
The third Wednesday of the month


Next Meeting:

January 17, 2018 – at the Haliburton County Public Library – Minden Hills Branch (Rotary Room)


Upcoming Special Events: 

Literary Artists Roundtable.  September 23, 2017.


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Tall Pine Tales was a great success again this year. If you would like to view the readings that took place in Minden, please click here.
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