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Cascadia Poetry Festival 8

Memorial For Marion Kimes

June 25, 2014
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Remembering Marion Kimes, poet

Marion Kimes

Marion Kimes

(March 28, 1930 — March 31, 2014)

 

July 27, 2014
2-5pm
Sunday

Procession: 1:00pm
Led by Martha Linehan
A walk from Coastal Kitchen (429 15th Ave. E., Seattle 98112) to Spring Street Center. We will converge in front of C. Kitchen & proceed along 15th Avenue, stopping along the way at Marion’s various haunts/places she lived, petting cats, picking up trash, etc.

 

Marion Kimes Memorial

Marion Kimes Memorial

Memorial Celebration: 2-5pm
Spring Street Center, 1101 15th Ave., Seattle 98122
A gathering to celebrate Marion with readings, food & music.
Memorial program will be followed by an open mike.
David & Marian Whited will be organizing food, so please
bring hor d’oeuvres/finger food to them at the Spring Street Center,
prior to procession (no earlier than noon) or afterward.
Warning: Parking anywhere on Capitol Hill in Seattle is difficult to find.

Contact info: Scott or Phoebe: editors@ravenchronicles.org,
206-941-2955.

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