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Now: Jan 17 11:18 pm
7:00 pm ACE WRITING PROJECT WITH GARY LARK @ Art Center East
ACE WRITING PROJECT WITH GARY LARK @ Art Center East
Jan 20 @ 7:00 pm – 7:00 pm
This is a free event to join Gary’s reading please visit: https://artcentereast.org/calendar/ace-writing-project-2-2020-02-19-2020-03-18-2020-05-20-2021-01-20/Like this:Like Loading...
7:00 pm First Draft Writers’ Series with Don Colburn @ Pendleton Center for the Arts ZOOM session
First Draft Writers’ Series with Don Colburn @ Pendleton Center for the Arts ZOOM session
Jan 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
First Draft Writers’ Series presents author readings every third Thursday. Jan 21, 21 join us online for Don Colburn. Request Zoom link at director@pendletonarts.org Don Colburn came to poetry late and unexpectedly in the midst of a journalism career. A … Continue reading