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Story Picnic with Yvonne Cassidy
A Family Workshop

$30 general / $24 members

Ticket price includes one adult and one child

Present your ticket at Gossip after the event and receive a free kids ice cream, on May 7th only.

Afternoon Art Party

This series is designed to provide children with the chance to interact with IAC artists and performers, while taking part in the creative process. Activities and events will relate to the artistic programs we present, offering the chance for parents to expand the Irish Arts Center experience for their children.  

Story Picnic with Yvonne Cassidy
A Family Workshop

Saturday, May 7 | 11 AM – 2 PM

Ages 8
10

Led by Irish novelist and IAC instructor Yvonne Cassidy, parents and children will participate in a warm, rich, and meaningful family workshop creating, sharing, and binding an original story, focusing individually on a favorite memory or event. All stories will be shared over a storytelling picnic, and then illustrated by each parent-child pair. Bring your mom, dad, sibling, grandparent, aunt, uncle - whoever is family to you - and come away with a magical book to share with friends old and new.

 



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Photo Credit: Silpa Sadhujan


Yvonne Cassidy was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland and she moved to New York in 2011. Yvonne is the author of three novels: “The Other Boy”, “What Might Have Been Me” and most recently “How Many Letters Are In Goodbye?”

In addition to writing fiction, Yvonne has written journalism and for television. Working with new writers to help them find and develop their writing voice is something Yvonne is passionate about and while based in Ireland, she developed a Creative Writing program for the training division of The Irish Times.

Yvonne is a member of New York Writers’ Workshop and has taught at the New York Public Library as well as the Andrew Glover Youth Program and Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen where she has helped young offenders, homeless and other marginalized writers to find an outlet for their experience through creative writing.

Yvonne has taken part in many writing festivals and events in Ireland and the US. For latest information on readings and book events visit:http://www.yvonnecassidy.com or follow her on Twitter @YvonneCassidyNY

She is currently working on her fourth novel.

 

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