Meet Jenny L. Cote at these special public events including creative writing workshops, book signings, retreats, conferences and visits to historical sites. Listed in chronological order - please scroll down for your desired date/event.
Every July 4th we love to join our family and friends out on the water for the best fireworks anywhere, but do we really understand what it took to gain our liberty? Join LBCA's new Speaker Series to hear Children’s historical fiction author Jenny L. Cote give a fun, lively chat about how and why America declared her independence, sharing from her latest novel, "The Declaration, The Sword and The Spy". Bring your family and join us dockside at the Pavilion to meet Jenny and get excited about this year’s Lake Burton fireworks like never before. Book signing to follow. LaPrade’s Pavilion, 25 Shoreline Trail, Clarkesville, Ga
Monday, June 28, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. EST
Don't miss this fun Homeschool Live even on The Old Schoolhouse Facebook Page! Jenny will be chatting about her books, writing and anything else you'd like to discuss...besides math...Jenny will NOT discuss math. :)
July 30-31, 2021
Cobb Galleria Centre, Atlanta, GA
Jenny will have an exhibit booth with books, t-shirts, and other fun stuff for sale and signing. She'll be giving four workshops: HISTORY, PLOT, CREATE and THE EPIC JOURNEY. For workshop descriptions, click here.
Denny Brownlee, the voice of the Epic Order of the Seven The Podcast and Jenny's Audio Books will be on site! Don't miss this chance to come meet Denny and have him sign your books along with Jenny.
Claire Roberts Foltz, author of the brand new VRK Study Guide will also be on site! Come meet her so you can chat about any questions you have about using the VRK Study Guide with your Homeschooler or Co-Op. We'll also have the brand new PRINT versions of the VRK Study Guide for sale!
Home Educators' Living History Days for Children at Red Hill
Thursday-Friday, October 7-8, 2021, 8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Join us for our Annual Home Educators' Living History Days for children. The program is geared for children ages 8 to 10 years old, although children younger and older benefit and can participate in the hands-on experience of 18th century life. Programs rotate among spinning and weaving,blacksmithing, pottery, Colonial medicine, basket making, tin punching, and rope making. Groups may register by providing the number and ages of children, as well as the number of adults in attendance. Home Educator groups are welcome, but please have one person responsible for registering the group!
Children's author Jenny L. Cote will also be here for a creative writing workshop both days! There is no extra charge for this amazing experience.
Advance Registration Required for this Event.
Learn more at www.redhill.org.
Adults $6; Children 4 and up $5, Children 3 and under free!
Register with Melissa Carwile at email@example.com or you may call 434-376-2044.
Registration is now open and space is limited!