Letter Writing Party @ Gleeson Library

April is National Letter Writing Month, and here at the Library we want to kick it off on March 30 by giving you the chance to slow down, take time to write a letter, and produce a hand-written gift for someone. Letters and correspondence are cornerstones of library collections and archives, so why not participate in this lineage of history?

Thursday, March 30, 2017
4:00pm – 6:00pm
Group Study Area (2nd Fl), Gleeson Library | Geschke Center

Join us to write letters to your elected officials and/or residents of Freedom House, SFor, to someone in your life you care about. Gleeson Library will provide Write_On fine letter press stationery and postage. This is a great way to aim for political change and spread love in the world, all while developing the almost-lost art of letter writing and hanging out with some cool, like-minded peeps.

First 20 students to register online will receive a Party Pack at the event (online registration is not required to attend the event). Gleeson Library will provide stationery and postage for all attendees.

Register Here >>

Are you up for the challenge of writing 30 letters in 30 days? Join us to find out!


Heading photo by Rachael Ashe from Vancouver, Canada – Flickr, CC BY 2.0

2 thoughts on “Letter Writing Party @ Gleeson Library”

  1. Love this!

    I’m not sure I know how to hold a pen anymore, and my script is awful, but handwritten letters still get immediate attention from everyone I know.

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