Poets' Corner Open Mic

Poets' Corner is proud to present a new featured poet each month.  When our feature is through, we open the mic to all who wish to read their work.  TCCC is a warm and welcoming small historic church with a beautiful stage and friendly crowd.

June 9th Loretta Oleck will bring us her poetry.  Loretta is a Pushcart Poetry Prize nominee and author of two poetry collections. Her work has been published extensively worldwide.  Help us welcome her and bring your own work!

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  1. info@tompkinscorners.org
Sun, June 09
3:00 pm — 5:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 06/09/2019 3:00pm 06/09/2019 5:00pm America/New_York Poets' Corner Open Mic

Poets' Corner is proud to present a new featured poet each month. When our feature is through, we open the mic to all who wish to read their work. TCCC is a warm and welcoming small historic church with a beautiful stage and friendly crowd.

June 9th Loretta Oleck will bring us her poetry. Loretta is a Pushcart Poetry Prize nominee and author of two poetry collections. Her work has been ...

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Putnam Valley, NY 10579

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