Easy Speak (A new open mic in Columbia City)

August 25, 2013
Splabman
The Hummingbird Saloon

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Easy Speak

Easy Speak

Where: The Hummingbird Saloon
5041 Rainier Avenue South
Seattle
(in Columbia City)
When: 4th Mondays every month, beginning Sept. 23rd, 2013
Time: 8pm
Event Details:
Please come to Seattle’s newest open-mic venue!
We welcome spoken word and music, so come with your poetry, songs, personal essays, short fiction — whatever it is you’d like to share.
Every participant will be allowed 5 minutes.
A sign-up sheet will be at the bar.
The Hummingbird Saloon extends Happy Hour to closing every Monday, so come and enjoy special prices on food and drinks!
Note: this is not a poetry slam event. We are looking for quality writing and music, and welcome all levels of experience.

Questions? Contact T. Clear: t.clear@comcast.net

Hummingbird Saloon

Hummingbird Saloon

4 Comments

  1. T.Clear

    Thanks for posting this Paul!

  2. Splabman

    I wish you much success for this open mic. Let me know if there is anything else I can do.

  3. bim

    I hope it succeeds. Use the chessboard as a stage.

  4. Kay Kinghammer

    See you there!!!

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