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2020 Women’s Writing Weekends go ONLINE!

Posted in Te Wahi Ora News

Te Wahi Ora Women’s Writing Weekends have been a wonderful experience for so many women at Te Wahi Ora during the past 8 years. We have been blessed to have Hilary Foged as Facilitator… and, for the women that have get so much out of these creative weekend, we are doubly blessed that Hilary is taking up the challenge to continue to run the 2020 Womens Writing Weekends via ZOOM during this pandemic!

The next one scheduled is 22-24 May, 2020 … but this time we are bringing it into your own home, online, using ZOOM(we will guide you into using ZOOM either on your phone or computer – it’s very straightforward)

You’ll participate in writing, connect with other women on the workshop, and have opportunities to discuss and share your writing.

The costs are minimal. $30 to Te Wahi Ora for their role in hosting this… and $30 to Hilary for her facilitation. $60 Total

Please register your interest ASAP to email: tewahiorapiha@gmail.com  or phone: 022 509 9652 or 09 8128775

Residential or not residential, that is the question!

The dates for the rest of the 2020 Te Wahi Ora Women’s Writing Weekends are as below. Hopefully we will be able to offer retreat accommodation and ‘in person’ creative companionship sometime in the near future. But whether it is residential or not we WILL be offering ZOOM on-line Writing Weekends… alas no sharing of Christine’s Te Wahi Ora meals until we can go residential again. We will have to wait till Jacinda lets us know when the Covid19 alert level restrictions are to be lowered.

Prime Minister Ardern photographed at Bethells Beach, near Piha. Photographed by Derek Henderson, Vogue, March 2018

First Women’s Writing Weekend 2020
February 21 – 23   (Fully booked now)

Second Women’s Writing Weekend 2020 via ZOOM May 22 – 24

Third Women’s Writing Weekend 2020 August 14 – 16
… Piha or Zoom to be confirmed by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern

Fourth Women’s Writing Weekend 2020 November 20 – 22
… Piha or Zoom to be confirmed by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern