Poems for Cumberland write night

This evening will feature a few select on theme readings, a historical Cumberland slide-show, some narrated tidbits from the rich history of Cumberland, as well as ample time to dig into your own writing. Photo submitted

Join Cascadia Poetics Lab on Sunday, Nov. 17th for an evening of writing based events grounded in and inspired by the rich history and geography of Cumberland.

Select workshop guidance and writing prompts will lead you on a poetic exploration of Cumberland’s past.

This evening will feature a few select on theme readings, a historical Cumberland slide-show, some narrated tidbits from the rich history of Cumberland, as well as ample time to dig into your own writing.

Historical reference materials will be available on site.

The evening will finish with an opportunity to share/workshop your writing. Bring pen and paper or a laptop.

The evening event is set for 6:30 to 9 p.m. at The Abbey Studio, 2689 Penrith Ave, Cumberland BC; $5 to $10 is the suggested donation.

Stay tuned for our spring event to showcase submitted poems on the theme Poems for Cumberland.

For further inspirations and content on the history of Cumberland, check out Cumberland After Dark walking tour hosted by the Cumberland Museum and Archives.

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