The Cabin's Spring Break Writing Camps 

Monday-Friday, March 24-28

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The Cabin is all about sharing the love: the love of reading, writing and discourse. Through different camps, workshops and readings, The Cabin provides literary joy for adults and kids alike. But during spring break--and The Cabin's annual spring break writing programs--it's all about the kids.

Anyone 10 years of age or older can attend Boise Rock School's Song Writer camp, presented by The Cabin and Boise Rock School. The camp teaches budding musicians the art of songwriting so they can turn creative energy into a finished work of art. At the end of the weeklong camp, they'll put on a performance.

Myth Maker is for writers in grades six through nine who will explore the world of Anna Fidler's art through interactive visits to her exhibition, Vampires and Wolf Men, at Boise Art Museum. After reflecting on the images, the students will have the opportunity to turn those impressions into words through writing a story or a poem series.

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