Monday, September 21, 2009

Poetry Potluck at the Armory Community Garden

When: Saturday, September 26th at 4 P.M.

Where:Armory Neighborhood Community Garden
On the corner of Chapin and Sycamore Streets, in the Armory Dist. (west side) Providence, 02909.
4-6pm, Potluck + byob (but keep it on the DL).

What: Poetry and fiction read by Wayne Cresser (Dean College), Jo-Ann Reid (fiction Dean College) andBrian Smith (poetry URI) followed by open mic

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

September is the bittersweet month...

Come listen and read poetry in a lovely community garden in Providence! After our great evening at the gazebo in Narrgansett Pier last month, we are lucky to have another and perhaps a last for the season, outside poetry event. Did you ever notice how food tastes better outdoors? and music sounds better sitting beneath the blue sky. The same is true for poetry. Plan on coming to Providence on Saturday, September 26th, at 5 P.M. bring something to drink if you wish and a poem to read during the open mic. The garden is located in the Armory District and I will publish directions very shortly.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Jake reads about the hearts of an earthworm...all five of 'em

Shannon reads a poem in the gazebo on a sunny afternoon

July 2009

Gazebo in Wilcox Park... just waiting for a poet or two to arrive.

Poetry by the Sea!

August 17th at 6 P.M. at the gazebo on the green across from Narragansett Beach...join us for an evening of poetry writing and reading. We are lucky to have a featured poet, Peter Covino, who will read from his award winning , Cut Off the Ears of Winter, as well as from his forthcoming book.
6- 6 :45 a collaborative poetry writing workshop
7:00 Featured poet Peter Covino
7:30 Open mic pierpoetry challenge, share an ocean-themed poem to close out the night!

Bring a beach chair or blanket and your love of words!

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Monday at the Gazebo

It's tomorrow night when those who love words and all the stuff that goes along with that love should come to the gazebo in Westerly's Wilcox Park ( a pretty neat place). Hope for the water to abate, and don't get lost in the fog. See you at 6 P.M.