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November 26, 2019
November 26, 2019 –
Check back for Winter dates and availability.
Our Riverside Janet Goeske Senior Center workshop is on going for participants 50+. They meet every Tuesday from 1:00pm to 2:30pm.
The Riverside Janet Goeske Senior Center is located at 5257 Sierra St, Riverside, CA 92504. They can be reached at (951) 351-8800.
Please note that there will no meeting on 7/16, 8/20, 9/17, 10/15, 11/19, 11/26 (holiday), 12/10 and 12/24 (holiday).
November 27, 2019
November 27, 2019 –
Check back for Winter dates and availability.
Our Redlands workshop is ongoing for participants 50+. They meet every Wednesday from 10:00am to 12:00pm.
The Joslyn Senior Center is located at 21 Grant St, Redlands, CA 92373. They can be reached at (909) 798-7550.
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November 30, 2019
November 30, 2019 –
Celebrate the launch of the 2018 Writing from Inlandia anthology, marking ten years of ongoing creative writing workshops.
Dedicated to Inlandia’s founder Marion Mitchell-Wilson (1946-2015), this event will take place at 1 pm on her birthday, November 30, at the Arlington Branch Library, in honor of her vision for Inlandia’s creative writing workshops program. The Arlington Branch Public Library is located at 9556 Magnolia Ave.
Quiet basements and rooms tucked from view in libraries and senior centers across Inland cities have been home to Inlandia Institute’s free ongoing creative writing workshops for more than a decade.
Now, the time has come for our latest crop of authors to see their work in print. The 2018 Writing from Inlandia anthology brings together 84 authors in 426 pages.
The result is a heartfelt collection of stories and poems, a book that encapsulates the diversity of the rich human experience just east of the west coast.
Hear the work of participants as they read from the anthology. Scheduled readers include: Carlos Cortés, Laurel Cortés, Tim Hatch, Frances J. Vasquez, Nannette Friedley, Romaine Washington, Jane O’Shields-Hayner, Shelby Harrington, José Chavez, Judy Kohnen, Cindi Neisinger, Tom Vaden, Delia Vaden, Richard Gonzalez, Cynthia Pringle, Sylvia Clarke, Wil Clarke, Phyllis Maynard, Phyllis Reis, Mary Rodriguez Briggs, Joan Jones, S J Perry, Celena Diana Bumpus, Alan VanTassel, Shirley Petro-Timura, Gary Neuharth, Lillian Solorio, Morris Mendoza, Dora Harmon, Roberto Murillo, and Scharlett Stowers.
“A pause…after uttered words / The air between us—/ tense or sweet / sweet space / within us” —Kimmery Moss
“There’s no greater reward than the wind at the top of Mt. Rubidoux.” —Shelly Herrera
“Where are the families with children that can be our friends?” Heidi wondered. —Sylvia Nelson Clarke
“Finally, she said, “Ok, this is my stop.” I looked around and didn’t see anything but black woods.” —Steve Brown
This event is free and open to the public. Book sales and light refreshments follow book launch reading.
December 1, 2019
December 1, 2019 N/A
Treat yourself this holiday season to PoeTRY with Stephanie Barbe Hammer! This online workshop will take place on Facebook starting December 1st. Seating is limited to the first 15 participants. Registration and a $50 fee is required. Check out the Facebook event page for more info.
Stephanie Barbé Hammer is a 5 time Pushcart Prize nominee with work in the Bellevue Literary Review, Pearl, Hayden's Ferry, Isthmus, the Gold Man Review, and the Chiron Review among other places. She is the author of a magical realist novel (The Puppet Turners of Narrow Interior), a prose poem chapbook (Sex with Buildings), a full-length poetry collection (How Formal?), and a how-to-write-magical-realism craft book (Delicious Strangeness). Stephanie was born in Manhattan and lived til recently in Southern California. She now wanders the woods of rural Washington State looking for a taco truck, a dry cleaner and someone to talk to. She is working on a new collection, GO BACK WHERE YOU CAME FROM CITY SLICKER and a novel about 2 confused and somewhat high millennials searching for a missing social worker aboard a luxury train bound for Quebec. She is managing editor of SHARK REEF literary magazine.
December 1, 2019 –
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019 we will do a little holiday shopping for a good cause at First United Methodist Church, 4845 Brockton Ave., in Riverside.
Don't forget to stop by the Inlandia table to say hi! To volunteer for this event, contact us at email@example.com or at (951) 790-2458.
This is an annual tradition in Riverside. Booths sell crafts, jewelry, cards, baskets, books and delicious food and drinks.
Organizations represented include 10,000 Villages, Heifer International, the United Methodist Women, Glocally Connected, Temple Beth El, The Brady campaign, and more. It is surrounded by live music, soup and family fun. The idea is to raise money for good causes, while getting the holiday shopping done.
Parking is free. Visit the First United Methodist Church Facebook pagefor more details. Come join us!
***This event is hosted by the First United Methodist Church
December 1, 2019 –
You're cordially not invited to join Inlandia Institute and Eric Schwitzgebel at the Culver. Just kidding, we're not jerks. Schwitzgebel's book, A Theory of Jerks and Other Philosophical Misadventures is funny and accessible.
Have you ever wondered about the essence of jerkitude? Asked whether your driverless car should kill you so that others may live? Considered the ethics of professional ethicists? Eric Schwitzgebel turns a philosopher's eye on these and other burning questions. A common theme is the ragged edge of the human intellect, where moral or philosophical reflection begins to turn against itself, lost among doubts and improbable conclusions.
Eric Schwitzgebel is Professor of Philosophy at UC Riverside. His most recent book is A Theory of Jerks and Other Philosophical Misadventures. He has published widely on self-knowledge, the nature of belief, moral psychology, the nature of consciousness, and science fiction.
“Imagine the nature-documentary voice-over: ‘Here we see the jerk in his natural environment. Notice how he subtly adjusts his dominance display to the Italian-restaurant situation.” —Eric Schwitzgebel
Free and open to the public, followed by light refreshments and book sales.
In partnership with UCR Arts and the UCR Center for Ideas and Society.