Writing workshop to be hosted by children’s author

Hazel Hutchins, a born and raised Alberta author, will be coming to Sylvan Lake Oct. 17.

by Corrie Brown – Special to Sylvan Lake News

Hazel Hutchins, a born and raised Alberta author, will be coming to Sylvan Lake Oct. 17.

Some of Hazel’s work includes: “Norman’s Snowball”, “Beneath the Bridge”, “Nicholas at the Library”, and “Two So Small”, accompanied by artist Ruth Ohi. Her awards include: The Shining Willow Young Reader’s Choice Award, The Ontario Forest of Reading, The Canadian Children’s Book Centre Best Choice, the Writer’s Guild of Alberta Children’s Literature Award, and many more.

Hutchins will be running an “Adults Writing for Children” workshop on Oct. 17th, from 6-7:30, at Sylvan Lake Municipal Library. This workshop is free, no registration required. There will be time at the end for her to answer any questions.

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn from a beloved Canadian children’s author!

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