Presented by Michael Czarnecki
Haiku Workshop Saturday, June 3, 2017
2:00 – 4:00 PM
Meet at Visitors Center
Workshop starts inside and then moves outside
Dress for an outdoor walk
Bring a notebook you can easily carry
Open to all levels of writing experience
Pine Hollow Arboretum
16 Maple Ave
Slingerlands, New York
Matsuo Basho, the master Haiku poet, was once asked what you needed to be a good haiku poet. He replied something like “you must be three feet tall.”
Haiku is written all over the world and is a simple and wonderful way to relate our experiences with nature.
Michael Czarnecki has been writing haiku for decades. In this workshop, he’ll explain what haiku is, share haiku from various poets and then we’ll write our own haiku, maybe even from outside. Open to all levels of writing ability.