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Poetry Night

Poetry Night

 

part of Raue Center Café programming
Every 2nd Wed of the Month!*

March 13 | 5 to 7p
Free Admission

 

Poetry Night is a late night excursion into the written word and an opportunity for anyone in the room to become a beatnik emboldened to sing songs or pen poems that delight and excite!

Come out to see big names in poetry and your local favorites read, rhyme, sing, speak and perform their work.

Coffee, wine, and beer are available for purchase at Raue Center’s Café bar.

 

If you are interested in learning more email Raue Cafe Program Manager, Kayti Sault at ksault@rauecenter.org.
*Schedule is subject to change. Please like us on Facebook or refer to upcoming events for the most up-to-date listings.

 


This evening’s Poetry Night will be curated by 

Ken Balmes was born in Waukegan, Il and lives in Island Lake, Il with his wife Virginia and a Siberian husky named Cass. He started writing poetry in his 60’s

 

 

 

For a look at our poetry archive featuring playwright-in-residence alum Phil Denofrio visit McHenry County Arts website’s literary page.