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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Poetry Reading at ArtWord/Artbar

On Sunday, October 18th from 2-5 p.m., a group of poets assembled at the ArtWord/Arbar on Colbourne Street in Hamilton, Ontario.  Ron & Judith, co-owners of ArtWord/Artbar graciously hosted this event.

Writers from Sarnia, Toronto, Oakville, Grimbsy and, of course, Hamilton read from their work to the appreciative crowd in attendance.


Master of Ceremony - James Deahl

David Haskins



Michael Mirolla

Jennifer L. Foster

Donna Langevin

Deborah Morrison

John B. Lee

Debbie Okun Hill

James Deahl
Norma West Linder also read her  beautiful work but unfortunately the picture I took did not turn out for some reason.


Some of us, eating together at a very nice restaurant within a short walk from the venue .


It was a wonderful afternoon celebrating the Lummox  book and those people who were published in it for this edition.

What made it even more special, was going out to a nice restaurant after the event and enjoying each other's company.

A very good day for all those concerned.

Thanks for dropping by and if you are in the neighbour of Dundas this coming Sunday, do come for the Art Walk which starts at 1 p.m. near the Carnegie Gallery.  There also will be reading of poetry inside in the warm and cozy Carnegie Gallery.  The walk will take place first and the picture of the poems exhibited in the store front windows will be read aloud.  On a personal note, this is the first year I was unable to do this event as I was still in the hospital and unable to pick a picture and write about it.

It feels strange not to be included in this lovely event. However, again on a personal note, I will be reading some of my work at the Carnegie Gallery on Sunday.

All in all, a good event on October 18th and another good event coming up on November 8th at 1 p.m. outside the Carnegie Gallery in Dundas, Ontario.

Please join us for this very pleasant event on Sunday if you are able.  There is no cost to attending and it is a most delightful way to spend a lovely fall afternoon.

Thank you for reading and hope you will come again.

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