by Jo Ann Jones, COEHDnews | April 27, 2015
The San Antonio Writing Project will host a San Antonio Missions Camp Writing Marathon at the Missions Branch Library (3134 Roosevelt Ave.) and Mission San Jose at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 2. The event is open to the public.
As part of the writing marathon, participants will meet at the Missions Branch Library and walk to Mission San Jose. The first stop along the walk will be at Missions Drive Park. There, a thespian will discuss the history of the drive-in.
The marathon will continue on to Mission San Jose, where a park ranger will discuss the history of the San Antonio Missions. In addition, an artist will teach the participants how to start a sketchbook journal. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the mission grounds, and sketch and write freely. At the end of the writing marathon, participants will return to the library to share their writings with others.
While the writing marathon is free of charge, each participant is asked to donate $10 towards the San Antonio Missions Young Writing Camp for students in the third, fourth, and fifth grades that takes place this summer.
For more information, visit the San Antonio Writing Project website.
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