Write From The Heart Summer Camps 

Write From The Heart summer camps inspire young people to love writing, in school or out. Summer camps are a non-intimidating, free-spirited look at how creativity flows when we let go of our inhibitions. Young people practice the art of free writing, learn to find inspiration, excitement and possibility in the commonplace, and explore the importance of the senses in their writing. Through warmth, kindness and a touch of mischief, summer camps spark both intellect and imagination, in a fun, artistic atmosphere where it's “cool” to be yourself. No grades, grammar, competition, or stress. Beginners welcome. Sharing optional.

2020 Teens Summer Camp via Zoom:
3-Day Series - July 20, 21, 24
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Register with Melissa. A Zoom link will be sent to you via email.
2020 Children’s Summer Camp via Zoom:
3-Day Series - July 27, 28, 31
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Register with Melissa. A Zoom link will be sent to you via email.
Registration begins NOW! Please call for fee and directions.

Pre-registration required. Credit cards, personal checks and cash accepted. Please call us to arrange payment. Mention Manheim Township Education Foundation and receive a ten percent discount on all group workshops and private sessions. Payment due upon enrollment. 

For more information, visit www.writefromtheheart.us. To register or if you have questions, phone Melissa Greene at 717 393-4713 (and please feel free to call us. We believe in human connection - it’s part of our mission!) or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


What People Say...

"I learned how to create something fantastic from something ordinary...I was challenged to relax and to observe more, and I realized that everything can inspire something beautiful.  It was also amazing how many people can write truly great poetry, and how inspiring a group of people can be!”  Lizzy K. (age 15)

"We see the same things. She gives me ideas about how to describe what things look like: like how the black swan looks like a boat. And the ducks look like drops of rain."  Zachary G., Age 10