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Bards of a Feather Hosts Round-Robin Poetry Reading in Boynton Beach


Tuesday, October 6 — 1 p.m.


Green Cay Nature Center

12800 Hagen Ranch Road

Boynton Beach, FL


Bards of a Feather Round Robin Poetry Reading

Lovers of poetry and nature are invited to participate at the lovely Green Cay Wetland Preserve. Poetry is shared by all in the large air conditioned community room with a beautiful view and the sound of chirping birds. Attendees are asked to bring four poems with a nature theme (human nature is fine, too), either their own original poems or works by other poets This FREE event is open to the public, and is being coordinated by Blaise Allen, Ph.D., Community Outreach Facilitator for the Palm Beach Poetry Festival.

About the Palm Beach Poetry Festival 2010:

Eight faculty poets, two Florida poets and two performance poets will be featured at nine ticketed public events, January 18-23, including readings, talks and a lively panel discussion.  In addition, the workshop participants will give two afternoon readings, free to the public.  For a complete list of the public events, refer to

Tickets will go on sale October 15, 2009 through the festival website and at the Crest Theatre Box Office at Old School Square.  General Admission ticket prices per event are $12/adult, $10/senior and $8/student.  Special student group rates are available.

Presented in partnership with Old School Square, the Palm Beach Poetry Festival is sponsored by Morgan Stanley, the Palm Beach County Cultural Council, The Palm Beach Post, WXEL TV & FM and Murder by the Sea, Delray Beach’s independent bookseller. All events will take place in the Crest Theatre, Cornell Museum and Vintage Gymnasium of Old School Square in Delray Beach.

For more information about the Palm Beach Poetry Festival 2010, please visit

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Posted by Andrea Freygang on Sep 28 2009. Filed under Broward County, Culture, Events, Local news, Palm Beach. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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