FULTON — CNY Arts Center is calling all kids, ages 7 to 10 interested in creative writing, to participate in a special workshop from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 25.

The workshop will be led by high school student authors Leanna Rockwood and Milo Austin, under the supervision of author GB MacRae.

Both students have been working with GB MacRae to edit their personal writings and expand their literary skills on Saturdays during Inkwell, an open writing group for all ages. This workshop is being offered to encourage other young writers to join the group and expand their interests in writing.

“Both Leanna and Milo are excited to share their love of writing and the things they are learning about writing arts,” said GB MacRae. “What better way than to lead their own group and hopefully get more kids to join the young writers group.”

No experience is needed for the workshop. Young writers are invited to bring their favorite pen/pencil and notebook, but paper and pencils will also be available. During the workshop kids will talk about writing, do some writing games, and write a story. There is a small fee, payable at the door on online registration.

CNY Arts Center is a multi-arts center where writing arts is just one of the many art mediums, which offers all arts for all ages. The community center is located at 121 Cayuga St. in downtown Fulton. For more information, visit www.CNYArtsCenter.com or call 315-598-ARTS (2787).

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