National Poetry Month features local poet

Wendy Morton will be at the Sooke Library on April 21

Poet Wendy Morton will be at the library on April 21 to help celebrate National Poetry Month.

In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Sooke Library Branch is offering a unique program that will create a memorable experience for everyone who participates.  Program host and local poet Wendy Morton will be the featured guest poet.

Bring a Story, Get a Poem:  A Celebration of National Poetry Month

Saturday, April 21, 11 a.m.

at the Sooke Library Branch, 2065 Anna Marie Road.

To register, please call 250-642-3022.

Imagine having an award-winning poet write a poem just for you!

The Sooke Public Library Branch is pleased to offer a new and original program, hosted by master poet Wendy Morton. Customers are invited to meet one-on-one with Morton for about 15 minutes and tell her about themselves.  She’ll create a unique poem for each person on the spot.

Wendy Morton has published five books of poetry and a memoir, Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast.

For more information, please contact Adrienne Wass at (250-642-3022 or awass@virl.bc.ca).

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