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Mar
20
Wed
2019
The ACE Writing Project @ Arts Center East
Mar 20 all-day

March Featured Author: Donna EvansMarch 20, 7:00-9:00 pm
Art Center East, 1006 Penn Ave, La Grande

Author bio: Donna Evans is the author of creative non-fiction, cozy mystery, and several collections of poetry. Her work has appeared in Cascade Reader, Burns Times-Herald, and LandEscapes. She will read excerpts from her cozy mystery, Hunter on the Sly. She lives in La Grande, Oregon.

Mar
21
Thu
2019
Salem Poetry Project Featuring Alice Pettway @ IKE Box
Mar 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Alice Pettway is the author of three books of poetry: The Time of Hunger (2017), Moth (2019) and Station Lights (2021). Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Colorado Review, The Miami Herald, The Progressive, The Threepenny Review, and many others. Currently, Pettway lives and writes in Shanghai.

Featured reader begins at 7:00 and the open mic will directly follow. Our hosts, the Ike Box, feature a wide variety of beverages and snack options! The Ike Box is located at 229 Cottage St NE in Salem, at the intersection of Chemawa and Cottage. http://www.ikebox.com/

Mar
26
Tue
2019
Open Mic Poetry Reading Event @ Head for the Hills! Poetry Open Mic Event at the Hillsdale Library
Mar 26 all-day

HEAD FOR THE HILLS!
OPEN MIC POETRY READING

Tuesday, March 26
6pm-7:45 pm

Head for the Hills! is an ongoing open mic poetry reading. We meet the last Tuesday of each month. We are solely open mic. Poets may read up to 5 minutes. Doors are open even if you’re late. Free parking in garbage. Light refreshments served. The sign-up sheet is available at 6pm.
Hosted by Sherri Levine, sherrihope68@gmail.com
Sponsored by the Hillsdale Library, 1525 SW Sunset, Blvd. Portland, OR 97239
503-988-5123

Mar
28
Thu
2019
Salem Poetry Project Featuring Orion Davidson, Jim Merrill, and Marc Janssen @ IKE Box
Mar 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Two poets and a flutist present an evening of words and music. Jim Merrill is an MFA graduate of the Kerouc School in Boulder and author of two book length collections of poetry. Marc Janssen is an internationally published poet and oldish scamp. Orion Davidson has been playing flute since middle school and currently performs at two different churches. When not performing, Davidson enjoys hiking and photographing Oregon wilderness.

Featured reader begins at 7:00 and the open mic will directly follow. Our hosts, the Ike Box, feature a wide variety of beverages and snack options! The Ike Box is located at 229 Cottage St NE in Salem, at the intersection of Chemawa and Cottage. http://www.ikebox.com/

Apr
4
Thu
2019
Poetry Workshop and Reading @ Sandy Public Library
Apr 4 @ 6:30 pm

Award-winning poet, John Sibley Williams​, offers a free poetry workshop followed by a poetry reading from his new books. A perfect chance to get a little help perfecting your poem for the Sandy Library Poetry Slam. Thursday, April 4th 6:30 pm

Apr
11
Thu
2019
Poetry Slam at the Sandy Library @ Sandy Public Library
Apr 11 @ 7:00 pm

Portland poet Scott Poole returns this year to host the Sandy Library Poetry Slam. Although it is run as a contest, is a remarkably supportive and casual event. If you have ever thought about sharing a poem, this is a great place to give it a try. There will be three age categories with a $25 prize for the winner in each group and a $100 grand prize for the overall winner. All poems must be original. Deadline for registration is April 9 to have your name included in the program; walk-in registration also allowed.

Please contact Katie Murphy
kmurphy@ci.sandy.or.us
503-668-5537
for more information.