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We’re super excited to team up with Down to Earth Farm for this year’s “Write Around the Corner” event. It’s a “Write + Hike + Eat,” including a 1.5-hour workshop on journaling techniques to use on the hiking trail, followed by a all-organic potluck and a private hike on the Down to Earth Farm trails with our intrepid organic farmer, Brian Lapinski. He’ll show us all his wonderful vegetable farm and the flora and fauna of Jacksonville’s westside.
Both men and women are welcome to attend this event.
Only 20 spots so sign up ASAP!