13 Mar 2014

Game-Writing Workshop

Visiting Author Paula Johanson
on Whidbey Island in April 2014

Write Your Own Games
This one-day session shows ways to create your own games – science games, funny jokes, role-playing adventures – that you can use once, or play for years. Includes samples and a handout to get you inspired. Ask questions based on your own needs and goals as well as on the ideas presented.
Saturday April 19 9:00am til noon
To register for this workshop, contact:
Whidbey Island Community Education Center, located at Old Bayview School
Bayview Rd Langley, WA 98260 phone 360.221.5020 http://wicec.us/
Paula Johanson has worked as a writer and editor for over twenty years, teaching writing workshops for community colleges, libraries, and recreation centers. As well as making games for her own family's use, Paula has written game materials for d20-compatible game publishers.

Green Paddler
People who like kayaking, canoeing, and stand-up paddleboarding are people who care about the environment. Kayaker Paula Johanson, writer for the blog KayakYak, will be visiting Langley Library to show us how to be Green Paddlers. Did you ever carry a kayak on a bus? Or a train? Or an airplane? Paula has.
Come handle the folding inflatable kayak and gear used in the Gulf Islands, Ladysmith BC, Toronto Ontario, and the Red Deer River in Alberta. Join us and share ways to reduce your carbon footprint while getting out on the water.
Friday, April 18 at 3:00pm 
To attend this free talk, contact Langley Library at 104 2nd Street Langley WA 360-221-4383

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