Poetry Reading April 17

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You are invited to attend a live poetry reading on Sunday, April 17 from 2–4:00pm at the Art Alliance Center in Lemont.

Hear local poets Sue Smith, Dorothy Blair, Mary Rohr-Dann, Mike Bourgogne, Michele Mekel, Margaret Duda, Tierra Williams, Jonathan Marks, and Steve Deutsch read their works aloud.

This group participated in our partnership with Schlow Library this past winter on “Reflections on Americans and the Holocaust” exhibition. Though the event was virtual due to COVID, it was still powerful and moving. This time the reading will be in person and sure to be heartfelt.

This event is free and open to the public.