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Last Thursday in Ukiah: Writers Read Ukiah
November 21, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$5
Last Thursday in Ukiah
Writers Read Ukiah
Featured Readers: 7 pm, followed by Open Mic
2019 Schedule: As of January of 2019, the series moved
to the Grace Hudson Museum Community Room
Thursday, November 21, 2019: David Burton (1 week early due to the Thanksgiving holiday on the last Thursday of November)
7:00 pm: featured reading followed by open mic
Grace Hudson Museum Community Room
431 South Main Street
Ukiah, CA 95482
Suggested donation: $5
In December we will join with the Grace Hudson Museum and local poets Jabez Churchill and Theresa Whitehill for a reading celebrating the feast day of the Virgin of Guadalupe. See the flyer here: https://www.coloredhorse.com/poetry/pdf/Alabanzas-a-Tonantzin-2019.pdf
For Information, contact Series co-producers, Dan Barth, email@example.com or Michael Riedell, firstname.lastname@example.org
This reading series is sponsored in part by Poets & Writers, through a grant from the James Irvine Foundation and the Hearst Foundation. Additional support provided by an anonymous local writer, Michael Riedell, Dan Barth, Bill “Jabez” Churchill, The Poet Laureate Committee of Ukiah, Grace Hudson Museum, and donations.
A little history: Writers Read, founded by Susan Sparrow and Hal Zina Bennett of Tenacity Press, has been happening monthly on the last Thursday of the month since 1999 in Ukiah, California, starting at the Emerald Cafe, moving to the Saturday Afternoon Club, then to Colored Horse Studios for five years (2004-2009) and as of 2009, back almost full-circle to Art Center Ukiah’s annex, which is next door to the former location of the Emerald Cafe. Dan Barth and Theresa Whitehill co-produced the series with Susan and Hal for many years. As of August 2014, Bill Churchill took over producing the series with Theresa Whitehill as co-producer. As of January 2017, Michael Riedell has taken over hosting the series, with Theresa Whitehill, Dan Barth, and Bill Churchill as co-producers. As of January 2019, the series moved to the Grace Hudson Museum Community Room. Michael Riedell and Dan Barth co-produce and co-host the series.
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