Meet Writers Workshop Instructors Bethany and Doug Leonard!

  On behalf of the UPPAA Board, we are extremely delighted to be featuring Bethany and Doug Leonard as instructors for our pre-conference Writers Workshop on Friday, June 5th 2019 just prior to the regular conference day on June 6th 2019. Registration details will be announced in early 2020 when…

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Join us for the 3rd annual UPPAA Fall Potluck

Presque Isle Pavillion

On Saturday, September 7, 2019, from Noon to 2:00 pm we’ll gather for our Third Annual UPPAA Picnic at the Senior Pavilion at Presque Isle in Marquette, MI. Bring the whole family out to enjoy a potluck lunch as well as networking and socializing time with fellow writers. CLICK HERE to RSVP…

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2016 UPPAA Conference – Saturday, June 18th

Peter White Public Library

2016 UPPAA Conference – Saturday, June 18th, 2016 – Peter White Public Library, Marquette, MI Click here to register! 2016 Annual UPPAA Conference Schedule 10:00-10:30 Registration 10:30-10:45 Opening Remarks by President Tyler Tichelaar 10:45-11:45 Keynote: Judith Briles – Creating Confidence as a Writer and Author 11:45-12:45 Sessions Community Room: Aimée…

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Registration still open for writer’s workshop at Peter White Library, Marquette

Workshop Description Who: Jill Darling, workshop leader. See bio below What: Building Hope Writing Workshop: Personal Writing, Community, and Citizenship Class is limited to first 20 registered participants. A waiting list will be kept in case of cancellations When: Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 12:00-4:00pm Where: Peter White Public Library…

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Book and DVD of Popular Marquette Michigan Play “Willpower” Now Available

Willpower, a play by Tyler Tichealaar

Book and DVD of Popular Local Play Willpower Now Available  Marquette, MI, June 19, 2015—When Will S. Adams was diagnosed with ossification, a mysterious disease that caused his tissues to harden until he became nearly a living statue, he refused to quit living life fully and was immensely productive. Now…

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