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Sunday, June 22
 

3:00pm

Take it outside! Tips, Tricks, and Safety for Camping and the Outdoors
Since PorcFest X, I've spent over 50 nights sleeping under the stars. Want to hear what that was like? Want to the most out of your time in the woods, at PorcFest or anywhere else? Learn how to have the most fun, stay safe, and learn how not to be "that guy". Newbies and experienced campers welcome! Especially recommended if you haven't camped in New Hampshire before.

Speakers
CG

Carol Gardner

Carol Gardner is a certified Wilderness First Responder and year-round Search and Rescue volunteer with New Hampshire State Parks.


Sunday June 22, 2014 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

4:00pm

Bitcoin 101

PorcFest was one of the first events in the world to accept Bitcoin and many of our vendors have embraced the technology as a quick & easy way to deal with transactions the week of PorcFest. If you have never used Bitcoin before or would like a primer on the technology this session is for you, it covers the basics of using Bitcoin, why Bitcoin is important and what to expect from our Bitcoin experience at PorcFest.


Exhibitors
avatar for Mayor Tony

Mayor Tony

Mayor, Free State Project
Porcfests very own official unofficial Mayor. While not holding any real office of state or government, is always willing to share his own often unique philosophies. Believing the biggest evil today is centralized government and central planning, Tony often talks about a completely... Read More →


Sunday June 22, 2014 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion
 
Monday, June 23
 

9:00am

Essential Oils 101
Hello PorcFest friends!

Did you know that using essential oils is a powerful way to:

  • lift your mood
  • aid in weight loss
  • support emotional healing
  • strengthen your immune system
  • assist in first aid and pain relief
  • purify the air in your environment
  • encourage mental clarity & improve focus
  • relieve stress and combat symptoms of hypertension and anxiety
  • use as a natural alternative to synthetic beauty & cleaning products 

Please join me to learn what essential oils are, how to use them, and why you would use an essential oil instead of a pharmaceutical.


Speakers
avatar for Jessica Alvey

Jessica Alvey

Wellness Advocate, doTERRA Essential Oils
Jessica Alvey is a work-at-home-mom of three beautiful children, living in rural Tennessee with her husband Jesse. She is passionate about homeschooling, gardening, chicken, dog, & cat wrangling, cooking, and natural health solutions.


Monday June 23, 2014 9:00am - 11:00am
Porcupine Pavilion

11:00am

Biltong: The Better Jerky
Join Carla Gericke for a hands-on biltong making class. Biltong is a variety of cured meat that originates from South Africa (from where Carla hails). Biltong is a perfect, protein-packed snack that can last up to 10 years. Class-size is limited to 10, first come, first served. $5 donation if you want to taste this meaty morsel.

Speakers
avatar for Carla Gericke

Carla Gericke

President, Foundation for New Hampshire Independence
Carla Gericke was born in South Africa, and moved to the U.S. after being awarded a green card. She practiced law in Silicon Valley before completing her M.F.A. in NYC. After moving to New Hampshire in 2008 as part of Free State Project, Carla twice organized PorcFest, doubling attendance... Read More →


Monday June 23, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

1:00pm

Natural and DIY Body Care Products
In this workshop you will learn about the dangers of chemical toxins in conventional brands of personal care products. We will discuss alternative natural products that are available for toothpaste, hair color, Shampoo, conditioner, body soap, shave cream, moisturizers, makeup and even laundry detergent. You will create your own moisturizing lotion and toothpaste to take home. Reduce your carbon footprint and stop supporting corporations by making your own products with safe and simple ingredients!

Please note: This is a paid class, you can get tickets at http://porcfest.com/register/ 

Speakers
avatar for Shalon Spaulding

Shalon Spaulding

Massage Therapy for Men, Women, & Children, Body, Mind & Spirit, Shalon Spaulding
Shalon has been a Massage Therapist for 9 years and an Essential Oil Educator for 2 years. She is an advocate for natural and holistic options for healing and wellness. In her practice she helps clients reduce stress through mindfulness and body awareness and also teaches meditation... Read More →


Monday June 23, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

2:00pm

Create Your Own Liberty Event

There is little else that is more effective then communicating the ideas of liberty then large scale liberty events be they conferences, festivals or something else; people learn a great deal of information very quickly and also get to meet with libertarians to discuss the ideas they hear about.

The FSP currently organizes two liberty events in NH a year and participants organize various smaller events around the state, from Keenevention through to Seacoast Freedom Expo, but wouldn’t it be great if we could have one a month organized by movers and locals?

This session will cover the logistics of organizing events, common problems you will encounter when organizing down to hard data such as costs, effective marketing and various other topics that will help you execute a successful liberty event large or small.

We will also cover support the FSP participants can offer to events via the teams we have in place for our events from A/V support, equipment rental, marketing and other logistical support.


Speakers
avatar for Liam Enael

Liam Enael

FSP Social Media Team
Member of the FSP's social media team, former Liberty Forum organizer and former Porcfest deputy organizer. Moved from Europe to NH in 2011 for the project.


Monday June 23, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

4:00pm

Easy Homemade Mozzarella Cheese
Learn to make 30 minute Mozzarella cheese. This is very quick, easy and delicious. It was featured in the chefs choice award winning entry at Porcfest last year. And yes, we will be eating what we make!

Speakers
AL

Alicia Lekas

Alicia's PorcFest Personalized Postcards & Photocards


Monday June 23, 2014 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion
 
Tuesday, June 24
 

9:00am

Compost Powered Renewable Energy
This workshop will offer a comprehensive introduction to a new proven form of renewable energy that has been developed through projects in Vermont and. New Hampshire, which captures heat and hot water from specially built compost systems. Compost Power can be economically viable without subsidies and can be done at any scale to heat homes, greenhouses or wash water without any fuel consumption. Gaelan Brown, Founder of CompostPower.org and author of the book “The Compost Powered Water Heater” will present the history and science of the concept along with case studies of projects of all scales including homestead/small-greenhouse heating and large scale farm systems such as the one operating at the University of New Hampshire’s organic dairy farm. Attendees will leave with a solid understand of how to put to compost heat recovery to work for their homestead, greenhouse or farm. Autographed copies of Brown’s book will be available. Seewww.CompostPower.org for videos and more information about the concept.

Speakers
avatar for Gaelan Brown

Gaelan Brown

Consultant, Agrilab Technologies
Gaelan is Founder of CompostPower.org, a non-profit research network that has developed successful compost-based energy systems, assisted with projects across the US and the globe from Siberia to Agentina, and refined research parameters for commercialization of the concept. In May... Read More →


Tuesday June 24, 2014 9:00am - 11:00am
Porcupine Pavilion

9:00am

Knitting 101
Come learn how to use two sticks and some "string" to make something useful and/or pretty. Knitting isn't just for women!

If you've never knit before, or need a refresher, this class is a great place to start. Kristine will teach the basic knit stitch and how to cast on, as well as how to recover from the dreaded dropped stitch. Each student will leave with enough yarn to make a scarf or set of potholders, and a pair of knitting needles. A handout will be provided with links to help on the internet so you can recover once you are no longer at PorcFest where Kristine can assist you.

Speakers
avatar for Kristine Boncer

Kristine Boncer

Owner / Artist, Curious Creek Fibers
Kristine moved from San Diego to New Hampshire in 2012, after signing the FSP SOI back in 2002. Kristine is an entrepreneur who has started and owned two businesses over the past 16 years. Her current business is Curious Creek Fibers, a hand-dyed yarn company. She teaches knitting... Read More →


Tuesday June 24, 2014 9:00am - 11:00am
Shaolin Zombie Survival Station

1:00pm

Practical Activism: Effective Fair booths/Tabling
Participant will learn essential techniques in creating an effective fair booth, vendor, or information table. Learn how to effectively organize your booth or table, hook the audience and deliver a short but compelling presentation to get your idea or product into the hands of the public. Learn also what not to do and common pitfalls of fair booths and information tables.

Speakers
SH

Steven Howard

Owner, Law Office of Steven J. Howard
"Law in the service of Liberty" is my office's Motto. I am a committed liberty activist who focusses on education and community outreach. I have developed and organized statewide tours for educational events like "A Citizen's Toolbox" (giving the average person the tools they need... Read More →


Tuesday June 24, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

2:00pm

How To Construct A Distillation Unit To Produce Clean Drinkable Water
At this talk, we will show you how to build an apparatus to produce clean distilled water. We will talk about legal implications, construction of a multi-purpose distillation unit and operating procedures. We will have an actual unit to display and a .pdf of how to construct a distillation column will be available upon request.

Tuesday June 24, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

3:00pm

Beekeeping and a Self Sufficient (or Agorist) Lifestyle
Beekeeping provides you with honey and a satisfying hobby. It also provides pollinators for your nearby gardens/orchards. Honey can obviously be eaten or cooked with, and can be fermented to make mead. Beeswax can be used to make candles and used in soapmaking, among other uses. Pollen and propolis can be collected from hives and have been used as supplements. Rearing queen bees can provide a second line of income. Etc, etc, etc.

Speakers

Tuesday June 24, 2014 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion
 
Wednesday, June 25
 

12:00pm

Hacking Facilitation
Facilitation hacked will give those interested the opportunity to learn a smorgasbord of facilitation skills hacked from pharmaceutical companies, Occupy and other skills training gained over the years. 

Speakers

Wednesday June 25, 2014 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Shaolin Zombie Survival Station

1:00pm

Front Yard Farming Ideas
Ever wanted to plant your own garden in the most space, time and cost effective manor? Join us for an overview on Square Foot Gardening and ideas for improving traditional raised beds, designing simple drip irrigation and implementing physical and organic pest reduction. Additionally, we will cover some ideas for inexpensive vertical farming methods, Micro Greens, simple rain reclamation and how to overcome some of the challenges the short growing season in NH presents. Be it a small herb box or Growing Food instead of a lawn, planting with raised beds and a watering system can provide both beautiful aesthetic and be a highly effective source of food and/or profit for your journey to self-reliance!

Speakers

Wednesday June 25, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

2:00pm

CPR-AED Workshop
Join us for a workshop on how to do CPR and use a defibrillator in case someone collapses from sudden cardiac arrest. Learn how you can help save a life from cardiac arrest. Anyone could go into cardiac arrest at any time, and the majority of victims have no prior symptoms. No medical experience or certification needed to attend this workshop. 

Speakers
FA

Fr33 Aid

Fr33 Aid
Fr33 Aid is a team of medically skilled liberty lovers. Our main activity involves providing voluntary first aid and educational services at liberty-related events. Our CPR-AED workshops are given by Jacob Petlon and Teresa Warmke. Jacob is a CPR Instructor and Paramedic who has... Read More →


Wednesday June 25, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Trigger The Move Tent

2:00pm

Radio Broadcasting and Two-Way Communications
Activists in New Hampshire have run unlicensed radio stations as an effective community outreach tool and also are known to use two-way radios for instant activist-to-activist communications. If you have questions about either of these technologies, come ask them of presenter Ian Freeman of Free Keene and Free Talk Live

Speakers
avatar for FTL_Ian

FTL_Ian

Host, Free Talk Live
A Florida native who started in radio at 17, Ian made the move to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project in 2006. By day he is the affiliate relations department for Free Talk Live, a nationally syndicated talk radio show. He's also a blogger at FreeKeene.com and the Program... Read More →


Wednesday June 25, 2014 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Porcupine Pavilion

4:30pm

Seed Saving for Dummies
An introductory class on how to properly save and store seeds from plants grown at home, as well as take home materials and seeds for sale to start your own organic, heirloom garden.

Speakers

Wednesday June 25, 2014 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Porcupine Pavilion

6:30pm

Computer Programming 101
This course is designed for absolute beginners to intermediate coders who want to learn the basic concepts of computer programming. This course will cover basic concepts as well as some hand-on knowledge to allow you to begin coding. Come learn some skills that you could put to use in the Software Engineers for Liberty Hackathon on Friday night!

No experience is needed. You may bring a computer, but one is not required 

Speakers
avatar for Brandon Navom

Brandon Navom

Founder & President, Software Engineers for Liberty
Brandon Navom is a former Software Systems Engineer for The MITRE Corporation, which Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC), and designs Command and Control systems For the Air Force. Brandon Navom has a B.S. in Computer Science from Massachusetts College of Liberal... Read More →


Wednesday June 25, 2014 6:30pm - 8:30pm
BitTent
 
Thursday, June 26
 

9:00am

Make your own natural chapstick with 4 ingredients
Interested in making your own natural beauty products, but not sure where to begin? In this class, I'll show you how easy it is to make chapstick with only four ingredients, as well as discuss how a wide variety of products can be made from these same ingredients. 

Speakers

Thursday June 26, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am
Porcupine Pavilion

9:00am

Using your freedom of the press
This will be a class on DIY Publishing. This would include physical books, ebooks, online written content, video, and audio.

During this presentation I will only cover publishing of content, not the creation aspects of content.

Speakers
avatar for Darryl W. Perry

Darryl W. Perry

Owner/Managing Editor, Free Press Publications
Darryl has spent most of his adult life as an advocate & activist for peace and liberty. Darryl is an award winning author, publisher & radio/TV host. He is a regular contributor to several weekly and monthly newspapers. He hosts the daily newscast FPPRadioNews, the weekly news p... Read More →


Thursday June 26, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am
BitTent

9:00am

Shaolin Rifleworks: Build Your Own AR-15 Workshop
During this four hour class, you will learn to understand, build, maintain, and troubleshoot AR pattern rifles.

Price includes class time, instructional materials, and all parts (except stripped lower receiver, which you will provide) needed to build a 16" M4 clone.

Any aluminum mil-spec receiver will do.  These can be purchased from aimsurplus.comspikestactical.comaeroprecision.com, or from your local gun shop.  

You will walk in with your own lower receiver, and walk out with a complete rifle -- and a new and valuable skill set. 

Course structure   
  • 1/2 hour theory
  • 1/2 hour how to build
  • 2 hours, break into groups of 5 to build and test
  • 1 hour maintenance, troubleshooting
Please note: This is a paid class, you will need to purchase the "Build Your Own AR-15 Workshop" ticket from http://porcfest.com/register/ to participate as well as purchasing (sorry, federal licensing) your own receiver. Spaces are extremely limited (only 15) so register quickly.

After building your weapon you will be able to test it out during the Friday shoot. 

Speakers

Thursday June 26, 2014 9:00am - 1:00pm
Trigger The Move Tent

10:00am

Firearms Etiquette
Exhibitors
avatar for Tony Lekas

Tony Lekas

NRA Training Counselor
Tony Lekas is an NRA Training Counselor who teaches pistol, rifle, personal protection inside the home, and personal protection outside the home. He also teaches people to be NRA Instructors. He has been teaching for over 10 Years. Tony has lived in New Hampshire since 1979 and... Read More →


Thursday June 26, 2014 10:00am - 10:30am
Shaolin Zombie Survival Station

11:00am

Lights, Camera, Action
Lessons from acting and film work will be on display to be used by activists to improve their in person and on camera performances. It is hard to land that TV interview - make the most of it! Also, make those podcasts look better than ever. Audience participation will bring these lessons to light.


Thursday June 26, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

12:00pm

Through your eyes: Effective communication and storytelling
Participants will learn techniques and skills to effectively convey their messages, stories and ideas to others. They will be shown how word choice, descriptiveness, body language and emotion can make the difference in having your audience see what you are saying through your eyes. Participants are expected to practice their skills in front of others.  

Speakers
SH

Steven Howard

Owner, Law Office of Steven J. Howard
"Law in the service of Liberty" is my office's Motto. I am a committed liberty activist who focusses on education and community outreach. I have developed and organized statewide tours for educational events like "A Citizen's Toolbox" (giving the average person the tools they need... Read More →


Thursday June 26, 2014 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

1:00pm

3D Printer Demonstration
Speakers

Thursday June 26, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Shaolin Zombie Survival Station

2:00pm

Yogurt-Making Workshop
This workshop will cover the basics of making their own yogurt. Topics will include equipment, ingredients and methods. We will make a batch of yogurt during the workshop and there will be samples of homemade yogurt for tasting. 

Speakers
avatar for Michael Aron

Michael Aron

I am passionate about liberty and The Constitution. I also treasure my relationship with my wife and children. I am a Toastmaster and love to compete in speech contests. I love reading and solving puzzles such as Sudoku. I have a somewhat twisted sense of humor, which gets me through... Read More →


Thursday June 26, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

2:00pm

Sounding Good on the Radio
Mark Edge from Free Talk Live, and Ben Stone of the Bad Quaker Podcast and Freedom Feens Radio go hands-on to show you how to call-in to a radio show, how to land a spot on a radio show, and how to do it all while sounding confident, clear, and smooth. This workshop will cover calling-in, getting past call screens, sounding confident, and maybe even landing a regular spot on radio shows. Mark and Ben will talk about how to sound good, how to use a mic, and what equipment you need and don't need. There will be questions and answers, equipment demonstrations, and insider tips.

Speakers
avatar for Ben Stone

Ben Stone

After years in the aerospace industry and in private business, Ben Stone was set to enjoy his retirement years, tending his vegetable garden and trying to be a good Quaker. But one thing stood in his way; a vision of the State, distinct from traditional views of government, that no... Read More →


Thursday June 26, 2014 2:00pm - 4:00pm
LRN.FM Media Room
 
Friday, June 27
 

9:00am

AK47 Rifle Kit Build Basics
Introduction to building an AK pattern rifle from a parts kit. This will cover some things to look for when purchasing a parts kit, a basic overview of the steps involved in the build, some tips and tricks, and parts sources. 922r compliance will be briefly discussed, as well as safety precautions like proper headspacing. Technical drawings for drilling a pre-bent receiver will also be available at no charge.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Rothrock

Joe Rothrock

Guru, US Sander


Friday June 27, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am
BitTent

9:30am

Beekeeping Basics: An introduction to Beekeeping
“If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.” We explain the basics of Beekeeping, how to get started, where to get equipment, care & feeding, pest maintenance, harvesting, what to do with honey & other hive by-products, and much, much more. If you never had bees before or are just getting started, we will try and answer your questions.
Before the class come join us Wednesday at 9:00PM in Kids Hall for the Movie “Queen of the Sun: What are the Bees Telling Us?” an alternative look at the global bee crisis, a 2010 documentary film directed by Taggart Siegel.
And follow up Friday night at 9:00PM in Kids Hall for the Movie “More Than Honey” a film by Markus Imhoof , a movie about the disappearance of the Honey Bee.

Friday June 27, 2014 9:30am - 11:00am
Porcupine Pavilion

10:00am

Firearms Etiquette
Exhibitors
avatar for Tony Lekas

Tony Lekas

NRA Training Counselor
Tony Lekas is an NRA Training Counselor who teaches pistol, rifle, personal protection inside the home, and personal protection outside the home. He also teaches people to be NRA Instructors. He has been teaching for over 10 Years. Tony has lived in New Hampshire since 1979 and... Read More →


Friday June 27, 2014 10:00am - 10:30am
Shaolin Zombie Survival Station

11:00am

CPR-AED Workshop
Join us for a workshop on how to do CPR and use a defibrillator in case someone collapses from sudden cardiac arrest. Learn how you can help save a life from cardiac arrest. Anyone could go into cardiac arrest at any time, and the majority of victims have no prior symptoms. No medical experience or certification needed to attend this workshop. 

Speakers
FA

Fr33 Aid

Fr33 Aid
Fr33 Aid is a team of medically skilled liberty lovers. Our main activity involves providing voluntary first aid and educational services at liberty-related events. Our CPR-AED workshops are given by Jacob Petlon and Teresa Warmke. Jacob is a CPR Instructor and Paramedic who has... Read More →


Friday June 27, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
Trigger The Move Tent

12:00pm

Homebrewing
A short panel discussion on current beer laws in New Hampshire for aspiring brewery owners, plus a demonstration on building your own system.

Moderators
KB

Kevin Bloom

Lobbyist, Rothbard, Stirner & Dobbs
Area 23 is my new project in Manchester, with Kirk McNeil. It contains The Informal University, The Church of the Sword, and Rothbard, Stirner & Dobbs, our lobbying group. (not to leave out our interns, Kropotkin and Richochet) Also very important are Beer, Liberty, Fireworks, Cigars... Read More →

Friday June 27, 2014 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion

12:00pm

Practical Activism: Working that Spiel!
Participants will learn practical and effective ways to develop their message and convey it to the public at large. Focus will be upon word choices, focus, empowering your presentation, and learning techniques which will optimize your pitch and make your Spiel compelling!

Speakers
SH

Steven Howard

Owner, Law Office of Steven J. Howard
"Law in the service of Liberty" is my office's Motto. I am a committed liberty activist who focusses on education and community outreach. I have developed and organized statewide tours for educational events like "A Citizen's Toolbox" (giving the average person the tools they need... Read More →


Friday June 27, 2014 12:00pm - 1:00pm
LRN.FM Media Room

1:00pm

Dehydrating Food Workshop
The most ancient method of food preservation is drying, or as we know it today as dehydration. It can be costly to buy dehydrated food from the supermarket, and it is usually loaded with unwanted sweeteners and other nasty additives. Come learn how to dehydrate your own food. There will be samples to taste. There is no fee for this class but donations will be happily accepted.  

Speakers
avatar for Judy Aron

Judy Aron

CEO and Master Soapmaker, Soap by Judy, LLC
I am passionate about family, liberty, self reliance and enjoying life. I am fortunate to have an incredible husband and we have 3 amazing adult children that I am proud to say were homeschooled and are off pursuing interesting careers. I am a soap junkie, I love crafts, cooking and... Read More →


Friday June 27, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Trigger The Move Tent
 
Saturday, June 28
 

9:00am

Firearms Etiquette
Exhibitors
avatar for Tony Lekas

Tony Lekas

NRA Training Counselor
Tony Lekas is an NRA Training Counselor who teaches pistol, rifle, personal protection inside the home, and personal protection outside the home. He also teaches people to be NRA Instructors. He has been teaching for over 10 Years. Tony has lived in New Hampshire since 1979 and... Read More →


Saturday June 28, 2014 9:00am - 9:30am
Shaolin Zombie Survival Station

9:00am

Frugal Living
Learn how to live better and smarter. Just about anything can be accomplished less expensively. This class will inform participants in the art of couponing, bargaining, taking advantage of the secondary markets, and achieving your goals on a budget.

Speakers
DF

D. Fox

I'm a freedom minded working mom. I am passionate about being self sufficient, having a healthy family, and financial freedom.


Saturday June 28, 2014 9:00am - 9:45am
Porcupine Pavilion

11:00am

Lockpicking 101
Open locks with out a key by learning how they work, you'll also learn about different kinds of locks and the best ones that you can use for your home. You'll get a practice lock and a lock pick set to take home with you when you finish.

Please note: This is a paid class. You are welcome to attend and observe for free but if you would like a pick set and practice lock for the event you will need a ticket.

Speakers

Saturday June 28, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
Porcupine Pavilion
 
Sunday, June 29
 

10:00am

Writer's Workshop: Beating Out Your Plot
Bring whatever you have from a writing project that's been gathering dust. The team of Writing Junkies Unlimited will guide several folks through creation of the core elements of a compelling narrative outline. Seeing this process in action should help you achieve the structure necessary to turn raw creativity into productivity. The next step? BICHOK--Butt In Chair, Hands On Keyboard!

Speakers
avatar for Dale Everett

Dale Everett

President, In Your Head Productions
I'm focused on creative projects including the Flaming Freedom podcast. I will be speaking at two events along with the other members of Writing Junkies Unlimited. We have been meeting about once a week for many years to hone our writing skills. We'd like to share some of our thoughts... Read More →


Sunday June 29, 2014 10:00am - 12:00pm
Trigger The Move Tent