Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Poetry Workshop: Sunday, June 12th

Posted by: Noël Jones

What Easton Grows
A Poetry Workshop – Free & Open to the Public*

Sunday, June 12th, 4-5 p.m.
Connexions Gallery & Garden
213 Northampton Street
Cold drinks and materials provided

Come make poems with guidance from teacher/poet Beth Seetch and mural artists Elizabeth Snelling & Charles Williams. We’ll focus on short images using
 the haiku form and be inspired by images of local plants. Lines from the workshop will appear on the new mural coming to 13th Street, and participants will be credited for their creative input.

All ages welcome--children under 13 must be accompanied by adult

*Sponsored by West Ward Neighborhood Partnership with thanks to Connexions!

For more information, contact Beth at 610-559-0191 /


tunsie said...

I love noel...I love elizabeth too,and I just dont like elizabeth cause she has a garden filled with chiles and cilantro....I like her anyway......tunsie

noel jones said...

chiles and cilantro? bring it on--love that stuff. i hear that cilantro is tricky to grow well in PA though...if any readers have had luck with it, and have any tips to share, please post!

tunsie said...

I am not growing....but hopefully if my favouritist elizabeth tummy will get some......i love u noel.....tunsie