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Eagle Mountain Arts Con

By Jaclyn Hardy Weist
The Eagle Mountain Arts Alliance has held a writing workshop in the fall for the last four years. This year, we are going to represent all the arts, and have changed our name to Eagle Mountain Arts Con. The workshop will take place on September 22 at Black Ridge Elementary in Eagle Mountain, with a writing boot camp on the evening of the September 21.

While we still have the same classes that range from coming up with stories ideas to marketing your published books, we will also have classes such as Auditioning 101, Ukuleles 101, Choreography, Book Binding, Calligraphy, and so many more.

This year's special guest is Natalie Whipple. She is known for her books, Transparent, Blindsided, Fish Out of Water, and Trust Me, I'm a Ninja. She will be joined by Robison Wells, Blake Casselman, Nichole Giles, Tristi Pinkston, Ali Cross, Emma Fay, Anita Stansfield, Nancy Nay and many others.

As part of the boot camp on August 21, we will also be holding a literacy night for all parents and their children. It will be held from 6-8 pm and we'll be focusing on different ways to help your children be prepared to read and to write for school.

You can learn more and register at www.eaglemountainartscon.com. If you have any questions, you can email Jaclyn Weist at eaglemountainarts@gmail.com
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