Celebrate National Letter Writing Month by attending Address Me: Everything Needed to Send a Piece of You.
We’ll provide dozens of stationery and postcard options, stamps, pens, a working typewriter, and tips on the art of letter writing. All you’ll need is the address of a loved one. A requested donation of $1 or more secures the stationery and stamp of your choice.
For inspiration, there will be a small exhibit of vintage letters, including correspondences of significance curated by the Dallas Public Library.
All you’ll need is the address of a loved one, and the desire to… Send Your Love. Tell a Story. Say You’re Sorry. Share a Memory. Mark this Moment in Time.
And if you don’t have someone with whom you want to correspond, we’ll help you find a pen pal and/or you can write notes of encouragement that will be randomly hidden around Dallas.
Letter writing shouldn’t be a dying art. Expressive writing has been linked to stress reduction and an overall sense of well-being. Virginia Woolf called it “the humane art, which owes its origins to the love of friends” and Emily Dickinson likened it to immortality.
When Sunday, April 23rd from 10:30-1:30 p.m.
Where The Wild Detectives, 314 W. 8th Street, Oak Cliff, Dallas
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