Do not let this workshop be the one that got away

Grab your pole, bait your hook and cast your line deep into the raging current as you learn to angle for a big communications catch at Ruralite Services’ “Workshop 2016: Reeling in Your Readers” Monday, October 3, through Wednesday, October 5. Download the Workshop 2016 Reeling in Your Readers Brochure (PDF).

reeling in your readers fish hookAs you cast for better communications, guides David LaBelle and Lori Russell help you add new gear to your writing and photography tackle box.

After being led through a refresher course on the basics, prepare to don your hip-waders and head out on your own with newfound confidence in your ability to get a bite—both with the written word and the camera.

See what fellow workshop participants net as your guides help you fillet the day’s catch during the group review session. End a productive day on the river swapping tips with seasoned veterans.

The workshop takes place next to the Deschutes River in Bend, Oregon. The former mill town reinvented itself as an adventurer’s playground. In addition to water pursuits, the mountain town 160 miles southeast of Portland is known for road cycling and hiking trails. Sunny days, low humidity, and cool nights characterize the dry, high-desert climate, averaging October highs and lows of 63° Fahrenheit and 31° Fahrenheit.

Where:

Riverhouse on the Deschutes
3075 N Business 97, Bend, Oregon

Cost:

$350 for course materials and 3 days of instruction. Lodging, meals, and transportation are not included (breakfast provided during workshop). Register by September 7 by filling out the 2016 Writers Workshop Registration (PDF).

Accommodations:

$109 plus taxes for a property view or $119 plus taxes for a river view. Call (800) 547-3928 and say you are with the Ruralite group.