How do you Haiku?
Monday, May 237:00—8:30 PMLarge Meeting RoomCary Memorial Library1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA, 02420
Join poet/teacher Jessie Brown for a fun and interactive workshop focused on writing haiku to explore and celebrate life in Lexington. Think about the places we connect — on a walk through town center or exploring green spaces. Around a table or at the playground. What makes you laugh? Frown? Feel lonely or full? Who are the people — or animals — that touch your day? This summer, your finished haiku may be painted in a storefront window in Lexington Center as part of Neighborhood Haiku, a public art project organized by the Lexington Cultural Council; more information at www.LexArtsCouncil.org/haiku [link: https://www.lexartscouncil.org/haiku.html]
Jessie Brown leads poetry workshops in schools, libraries, and cultural centers throughout the Boston area. The author of Lucky and What We Don’t Know We Know, she also collaborates on interdisciplinary projects in poetry and the visual arts in local communities.
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This program is made possible by the generous donors to the Cary Library Foundation.
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