Greenburgh Arts And Culture

         "We celebrate the creative arts!"

Sarah Bracey White, Executive Director. Advisory Board: Linda Beres, Gwen Cort, Margaret Fox, Anne Gordon and Carolyn McNair

   

KSSC Registration Form


   The winter 2023 session of the Kids Short Story Connection will begin meeting Saturday, January 7th, 2023 at 10 am (Beginner and intermediate writers) over the Zoom platform. To be certain that your child has a space in the in person workshops, please complete and return the form below as soon as possible. The requested parental contribution is $110 for four, two-hour interactive workshops.  I look forward to having your child participate.

   If your child has a friend who loves writing, please copy this form and invite them to join the KSSC workshop too. The more students we enroll, the better chance we have of keeping this program alive and affordable.

Very truly yours, Sarah Bracey White (682-1574)           

Executive Director of Arts and Culture           

 

Please register my child                                                             for winter 2023 KSSC session 

 

Your address________________________________________________

 

Your telephone number:                                     Child’s birth date:                 

 

Your e-mail address _____________________________________ (please print clearly)

 

Your child’s e-mail address ___________________________

 

                                                                                      

         Parent's/guardian’s signature date

 

Return this form and your check (payable to Arts and Culture Committee) to:

Arts and Culture/KSSC, 177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, NY 10607

 

 


 

Kids Short Story Connection -KSSC

                 Check your e-mail messages each morning of scheduled classes to see if there has been an emergency cancellation

Sarah Bracey White  914-682-1574    www. bracey0114@aol.com 

                                        

KSSC is supported by Arts Alive grants which are made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program (DEC), a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature and administered by ArtsWestchester.