• Join Write On, Door County for its Writing on the Door virtual poetry conference April 23-25: readings, conversations and craft talks by Mauricio Kilwein Guevara, Donna Hilbert, Sean Hill, Su Hwang, Ed Bok Lee, Denise Low, January Gill O’Neil and Michael Torres. The keynote speakers will be Naomi Shihab Nye and Kwame Dawes.
The conference will begin April 23 with readings by four presenters, followed by social time for participants. On April 24 and 25, look forward to conversations and craft talks with poets, ending with keynote presentations. Saturday evening will also feature additional readings by four presenters and social time. The conference will close Sunday evening with an open mic reading for participants.
Learn more and register at writeondoorcounty.org.
• As we come out of the deep freeze, grab your notebook and boots to walk on Write On, Door County’s trails for an hour of activity and inspiration.
March’s theme is A Fun Scavenger Hunt. A find-the-treasure activity sheet that gives visitors of all ages a list of nature items to look for on the path is available at writeondoorcounty.org/visit-us. The half-mile loop starts behind the Writing Center, 4210 Juddville Road in Juddville. No reservations are necessary.
• Write On, Door County will also host its Kids WOW creativity day camp July 12-16, 1-4 pm, for youth ages 8-12. Aspiring writers will learn about character, setting and plot from John Coy, an author of young-adult novels. First drafts, revisions and practice dialogue will be produced, resulting in a completed picture book. Most of the time will be spent outdoors thinking, writing and moving, and indoor time will be limited, with masks required. Register by April 1 at writeondoorcounty.org for the early-bird rate. Space is limited to 10 students.