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Woodneath Writers: Poetry Open Mic

Age Group
For adults


Story Center Event
The Story Center Branch
Registration Required


A monthly meet-up designed to explore writing tips and topics through workshops, writing activities, presentations, etc. Open to writers of all skill levels. Are you an aspiring poet that wants the chance to share on stage? Join us and give voice to your poetry.


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