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Wednesday
09
MAY

Cambia: A Student Reading to Celebrate Writers in the Schools

17:30
20:30
THE CABIN
Event organized by THE CABIN

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WRITERS IN THE SCHOOLS (WITS) at The Cabin supports creative writing enrichment in 3rd-12th grade classrooms throughout the Treasure Valley. During the school year, The Cabin employs professional local writers—poets, novelists, playwrights, and journalists—to teach semester- or school-year-long writing residencies in schools, juvenile detention centers, and community learning centers. Through active, imaginative writing experiences under the mentorship of The Cabin’s teaching-writers, WITS engages students in the pleasure and power of reading and writing. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

CAMBIA is our annual anthology of the year’s best writing by WITS students. Students who are selected by their teaching-writers to have their work honored with publication in Cambia will receive a copy of the publication and are invited to read their work aloud at our year-end reading and FREE EVENT on the evening of Wednesday, 5/9. The program will last about 1-1.5 hours each for the two different grade levels and include time for students to introduce their family members to the Cabin teaching-writer they worked with at their school.

Teachers, families, and friends are encouraged to attend in support of youth creative writing! Refreshments will be served. The schedule of readings is as follows:

5:30-6:00 pm: Book distribution begins (we encourage you to come early for a good seat and to settle in!)
6:00-7:15 pm: Published WITS students in grades 3-9 receive anthologies and read their work
7:30-8:30 pm: Published WITS students in grades 10-12 receive anthologies and read their work
No RSVP is necessary. Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the Linen Building and on nearby streets and parking garages. Please email katie@thecabinidaho.org or call Katie Fuller at (208) 331-8000 with questions.