Aerial view of Platte River

 

Robert and Mary writing

Outside of Heron Bay bar in south Bend


The Nebraska Writing Project hosts an annual retreat at Platte River State Park, usually in mid September.  At this three-day event, NeWP Teacher-Consultants (with their writing-friendly friends and family) gather for shared meals, writing activities, readings, a writing marathon, and other lively and informal events.  We typically reserve a a duplex park cabin and invite participants to reserve space in it or to make their own accommodations in the park, to camp at nearby Mahoney State Park, or to commute each day from home.  We use this time to reconnect with our NeWP roots, relax in the park’s rustic natural settings, write and share our work, and strengthen our personal and professional connections. 

Read all about our last three retreats at: http://www.unl.edu/newp/platte-river-writing-retreat-and-marathon-2012
and http://www.unl.edu/newp/news/2011/Platte_River.shtml 
and http://www.unl.edu/newp/news/2010/Platte_River.shtml

Watch for information about upcoming retreats on the NeWP Website and in your email inbox.  Not receiving timely NeWP email notices? Email us to be added to the listserv list.

For information about Platte River State Park, including directions and cabin availability, please refer to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission website, http://outdoornebraska.ne.gov/parks/guides/parksearch/showpark.asp?Area_No=224

 

Table with lit candles and "found things"