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Class Title Section Start • End Dates County Description Start Date End Date Instructor Name Location Building/Room Hours (CEUs) Class Meetings Enrollment Inst. Method Cost Books Registration
Introduction to GrantwritingC20575/17 - 5/17ChathamLearn the basics of writing a grant in this hand-on, workshop-type setting, including: learning different components of a grant, setting and maintaining grant cycles, identifying grant funding resources, and applying good storytelling to a successful program.May 17, 2018May 17, 2018Dolly SicklesPMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Admin/Class, room 02266.50 (0.65)
  • Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
15 seats of 15 available 1TR-Traditional$50n/a
Moving from Memoir to PoetryC20595/16 - 7/11ChathamIn this class, you will study how poets turn their memories and experiences into poetry. Time will be divided between workshopping your poems and discussing poems by a diverse selection of poets. This class is open to all levels.May 16, 2018July 11, 2018PMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Admin/Class, room 022616.00 (1.60)
  • Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
12 seats of 12 available 1TR-Traditional$100n/a
The Business of Writing for ChildrenC11205/12 - 5/12ChathamIf you've dreamed of writing a children's book, this is the course for you! Practice the creative side of the craft while developing your own manuscript, and learn the business side of writing, including how to identify publishers, how to prepare your submission, and how to market your work. There are two suggested texts for this class.May 12, 2018May 12, 2018Dolly SicklesPMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Small Business, room 103G6.00 (0.60)
  • Saturday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
9 seats of 15 available 1TR-Traditional$50n/a
Writing the Killer MysteryC11214/28 - 4/28ChathamThe course will cover the elements of the murder mystery, including sub-genre, story premise, development of character and plot. Developing suspense, red herrings, misdirection, backstory and flashbacks will be included. Critiquing, rewriting and publishing will be touched upon.April 28, 2018April 28, 2018Ronald VoigtsPMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Small Business, room 103G6.50 (0.65)
  • Saturday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
10 seats of 15 available 1TR-Traditional$50n/a
Your Life is a Poem! IIC20607/9 - 8/13ChathamEveryday life can translate into poetry when one tunes into the environment. New students as well as those who would like to develop their skills further, share their work, and study new poetry are welcome. Each class will involve prompts, critiques, and discussion.July 9, 2018August 13, 2018Thomas Dow IIPMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Admin/Class, room 022612.00 (1.20)
  • Monday, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
15 seats of 15 available 1TR-Traditional$100n/a

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