Short Story & Poetry Writing Contests return

The Learning Hub and the College of New Caledonia will again be sponsoring the Fort St. James Literacy Week from Nov. 26-30 this year

The Learning Hub and the College of New Caledonia are pleased to announce that they will again be sponsoring the Fort St. James Literacy Week from Nov. 26-30 this year.

Everyone is invited to join in the celebration by picking up a free book to read at the Learning Hub or from the library, by entering one of our contests, or by attending one of our workshops or Family Reading events.

Aspiring authours may be interested in entering our Short Story or Poetry writing contests.   Categories are Adult (17 years of age or older) and Youth (16 and under).

Poems must be 250 words or less and Short Stories cannot exceed 1001 words.

Drop your entries off at the Learning Hub or the College of New Caledonia no later than noon on Dec. 14, to win an e-reader or other excellent prizes.

Other writers looking to write the next Harry Potter series may want to attend our Writer’s Workshop Dec. 1 at the Learning Hub from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (lunch provided). Literacy Lives in Fort St. James!

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