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Note: This workshop is now full and registration is closed!

Here’s an opportunity to unplug, reconnect, and tune in to your own voice through nature.

What do you see in the changing clouds? Have you heard an osprey’s cry? Do you notice insects or designs in a leaf? What is the current phase of the moon? Maybe it’s time to venture outside, explore and enter into a dialogue with the natural world.

Open to all high school students, including home-schooled,
grades 9-12.

Join us for an afternoon of listening, watching, sketching, writing and response. Come to the ELC on February 21st and begin a new connection with the world inside and around you.

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Rancher, poet and painter Sean Sexton and Susan Lovelace (English teacher, IB Coordinator and founder of Imagine Outside) will be your guides. Nature and the great outdoors, both in the present and throughout time will be our focus, including reading what great souls have discovered in Nature over time and seeing, sensing and responding for yourselves.

The Vero Beach Book Center is generously donating quality journals, pens and colored pencils for this event.

Pre-register by sending an email with your name, grade, school and parental contact information to:

TeenWriters@LauraRidingJackson.com.

The workshop will be held from 1:00-4:00 PM at the Environmental Learning Center. 255 Live Oak Drive, Vero Beach, FL, 32963, in the Lagoon Classroom.

 Spring is Mother Nature’s way of saying,  ‘Let’s Party!’ -Robin Williams

Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better. – Albert Einstein

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