For the final week of National Letter Writing Month, we have saved the best for last...best practices for writing letters for positive change. The Tampa Letter Writers co-founder, Tammy Wright, has put together an informative video to help you get started in creating change. Our voice is free and one of the most powerful tools we have. Taking the time to act, using the power of the pen, is empowering and impactful. We all have passions and taking a few minutes to be heard can make all the difference. Go ahead we dare you create change now!
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If you are local to Tampa, join us Saturday April 29th from 9am - 11am. The Tampa Letter Writers Club is hosting this free and informative event. Come experience the power of written word as we celebrate National Letter Writing Month. Learn about letters for positive change. We are all passionate about many topics. Harness your passions and put them into action. Get inspiration on writing letters and postcards to your local legislation or any governing entities and organizations that can affect change. Your voice matters and it should be heard. FREE and open to the public. All materials supplied.
BONUS: Register for this event and receive 10% off your registration for The Art of Letter Writing Workshop that same day 1-4pm. Learn about the new snail mail movement is happening around the globe. Participants will discover the beauty of lovely crafted letter writing tools; write with a beautiful fountain pen; type on a vintage typewriter; and get creative with envelopes, labels, and vintage postage. Lastly, we will discuss how to find like-minded enthusiasts including pen pals and letter writing clubs.
Includes your very own letter writing kit featuring: Tomoe River paper, Life paper, envelopes, ephemera, address labels, and postage.
See you Saturday for some snail mail goodness.