Friends of Auburn Library Service (FOALS) is hosting a Junior Writing Workshop with acclaimed author Deborah Abela at the Exhibition Gallery, Auburn Town Hall, from 4pm-5.30pm, Wednesday 6 June.
This is a wonderful opportunity for schoolchildren aged 8-12 years old to learn tips and techniques direct from an experienced author and presenter.
This event compliments the Auburn Future Writers Competition 2012, which focuses on the talents of Auburn’s burgeoning school-aged writers.
Organised by Friends of Auburn Library Service (FOALS), the writers competition is open to Primary and High School students in three separate categories. Entries are open until Monday 18 June. Contact the phone number or email below for details on how to enter.
This workshop is free to attend, but bookings are essential. To book please call Auburn City Library Service at 9735 1250 or email: email@example.com.
4pm - 5.30pm, Exhibition Gallery Auburn Town Hall.
About Deborah Abela
Author, Max Remy Super Spy
When Deb was a child, she spent most of her time imagining she was going on great adventures all over the world. When she grew older, she bought a backpack, a plane ticket and went for real. After 3 years she came home, completed a Bachelor of Communications and worked in children's TV for seven years before leaving to write novels about a small girl who goes on adventures all over the world.