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Poetry & Posole THIS WEEKEND!

May 14, 2024
Veronica Martinez

Celebrate Cascadia with us THIS SATURDAY!

THIS SATURDAY May 18, Cascadia Poetics Lab is hosting a Poetry and Posole celebration with poetry readings, book raffle, community and delicious food provided by Dr. Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs! Registration is still open! More information on the event can be found HERE!

May 18 marks the anniversary of the eruption of Mt. St. Helens and is also Cascadia Day, a day in which we celebrate the diverse bioregion we call home and acknowledge the power of the natural world surrounding us. All year, Cascadia Poetics Lab aims to honor Cascadia by cultivating community and engaging with poetry in Seattle and the Cascadia bioregion. Through events like this one, we hope to foster a spirit of community among poets and artists and bring awareness to the wonders of our bioregion.

REGISTER NOW for Poetry and Posole and enjoy a night of poetry, food, community and Cascadia. Further instruction regarding the event will be emailed to you once you have registered. Scholarships are available to those that need one! For more info on scholarships to this event, email veronica@cascadiapoeticslab.org. We hope to see you this weekend!


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