EVERGREEN MONTHLY MEETINGS

 

Oh, the things we have planned for you!

The EVRWA Board is very excited about our plans and we look forward to member feedback on programs and workshops you'd like to see or want to share. We want to provide variety, so will be having regular brainstorming sessions and experts in all sorts of fields and workshops on industry knowledge ranging from craft to marketing to health!

The schedule is below (and be sure to check it often as we add new events and speakers!), followed by an explanation of how and where our meetings take place.

 

***2017***

 

FEBRUARY 18, 2017

Hanna Rhys Barnes, Advanced Editing Techniques

 

MARCH 18, 2017

Linda Hope Lee, From Hallmark to Your Manuscript: Five Movie Techniques to Spice Up Your Writing

 

APRIL 15, 2017 

Anna Green, Seattle Police Detective, Processing A Crime Scene

 

MAY 20, 2017

Ellis Flynn, Creating the Super-Heroine

 

JUNE 17, 2017

TBD

 

JULY 15, 2017

TBD

 

AUGUST 19, 2017

TBD

 

SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

TBD

 

OCTOBER 13-15, 2017

Greater Seattle Chapter's Emerald City Writers Conference in Bellevue - ECWC

 

NOVEMBER 18, 2017

TBD

 

DECEMBER 19, 2017

TBD 

 

A Raffle Basket at each meeting!

 

How Evergreen Meetings Work

We meet in a private room with a great view at Lombardi's Italian Restaurant on the Everett waterfront. Meetings are year round the third Saturday of every month, except for October--the month of the Greater Seattle RWA chapter's annual Emerald City Conference.

We ask that you let us know by the Wednesday before each meeting if you plan to attend, and if you’ll be staying for lunch. Payment for your meal and beverages will be made directly to Lombardi's at the time of service.You are not required to purchase a meal to attend the meeting nor to stay after for more socialization, although we do get the room for free as long as a minimum number attend and buy lunch. 

 

Meeting Agenda:

10:00 AM ~ Member Introductions, General Meeting, and Speaker Presentation

12:00 PM ~ Lunch

After lunch we leave or stay for happy hour--a great time to resolve those character and plot dilemmas, brainstorm projects, or simply socialize.