Posted by: shorelineclusterpoets | November 3, 2010

Connecticut poetry events: Nov. 4 – 11

For some inspiration, try one of these events:

**NOVEMBER 4 (Thursday)**

*5:30 PM
YALE LITERATURE & SPIRITUALITY SERIES
Neibuhr Hall
409 Prospect Street, New Haven

MICHAEL O’SIADHAIL, Poetry Reading. More info: ismevents@yale.edu,
http://beineckepoetry.wordpress.com/readings-at-yale-university/.

*7:00 – 10:00 PM
BEAN & LEAF OPEN MIKE POETRY READING
Bean & Leaf Cafe
13 Washington St., New London
Hosted by Tom Weigel.
Ongoing: every Thursday evening (7:00 – 10:00 PM) and Sunday afternoon (2:00 –
4:00 PM).

Old poets read, new voices heard in a venue with a killer sound system and lots
of delicious teas and coffee and pastries. More info: http://www.bean-leaf.com
or (860) 701-0000.

*7:00 PM
GRAD POETS READING SERIES (Yale University)
Linsley-Chittenden 317
63 High Street, New Haven

TIMOTHY DONNELLY, Poetry Reading. More info: sarah.stone@yale.edu,
justin.sider@yale.edu,
http://beineckepoetry.wordpress.com/readings-at-yale-university/.

*8:00 PM
PLAYS WITH POETRY
East Haddam Historical Society
264 Town St. East Haddam

General Seating Tickets: $20 adult, $15 student and senior.
Performances Nov. 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, and 13. Space is limited. Call EHSCO at
860-873-3521 to Reserve a Seat! Please note that 25% of the ticket sales will
go directly to the Historical Society as a donation.

PLAYS WITH POETRY (short plays and poetry–like the title says!) Presented by
East Haddam Stage Company. Featuring the work of 16 Connecticut poets! REGGIE
MARA, KEITH R. AINSWORTH, NANCY FITZ-HUGH MENEELY, BONNIE ENES, TERRI KLEIN,
DOUG MATHEWSON, FRANK N. MECCA, JACQUELIN DEVLIN, DEB FARROW, ALEXANDRINA
SERGIO, PAUL SANDERSON, GINNY LOWE CONNORS, TOM NICOTERA, MORGAN MORSE, LARA
ST. THOMAS, AND CHRISTINE BECK. During this 90 minute production, 6 actors
portray dozens of characters in poems by CT poets, and in 10-minute plays from
national authors. Funny, touching, engaging… There’s something for everyone!
Come laugh, ponder and reflect with us during an evening of engaging acting and
spoken-word theatre. Note: contains some adult content, language, and
situations. More info: http://www.ehsco.org/performances/pwp2010/.
**NOVEMBER 5 (Friday)**

*7:00 PM
POETRY READ-IN
Noah Webster House
277 South Main Street
West Hartford
Hosted by Maria Sassi

DICK ALLEN, Connecticut State Poet Laureate. Open mic to follow. More info:
860-521-5362.

*7:00 PM
READING AND BOOK SIGNING
Westminster School, in the Gund Room of the Cole Library
995 Hopmeadow St., Simsbury
FREE.

Feature: RENNIE MCQUILKIN, as part of the school’s on-going poetry series under
the direction of Michael Cervas. ABIGAIL WOODHOUSE, an 11th grader who has
written poetry in lieu of sports, will read before McQuilkin. A reception will
follow the reading. More info about the reading: 860-217-0023. More info about
Rennie McQuilkin: http://antrimhousebooks.com/authors.html.

*8:00 PM
PLAYS WITH POETRY
East Haddam Historical Society
264 Town St. East Haddam

General Seating Tickets: $20 adult, $15 student and senior.
Performances Nov. 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, and 13. Space is limited. Call EHSCO at
860-873-3521 to Reserve a Seat! Please note that 25% of the ticket sales will
go directly to the Historical Society as a donation.

PLAYS WITH POETRY (short plays and poetry–like the title says!) Presented by
East Haddam Stage Company. Featuring the work of 16 Connecticut poets! REGGIE
MARA, KEITH R. AINSWORTH, NANCY FITZ-HUGH MENEELY, BONNIE ENES, TERRI KLEIN,
DOUG MATHEWSON, FRANK N. MECCA, JACQUELIN DEVLIN, DEB FARROW, ALEXANDRINA
SERGIO, PAUL SANDERSON, GINNY LOWE CONNORS, TOM NICOTERA, MORGAN MORSE, LARA
ST. THOMAS, AND CHRISTINE BECK. During this 90 minute production, 6 actors
portray dozens of characters in poems by CT poets, and in 10-minute plays from
national authors. Funny, touching, engaging… There’s something for everyone!
Come laugh, ponder and reflect with us during an evening of engaging acting and
spoken-word theatre. Note: contains some adult content, language, and
situations. More info: http://www.ehsco.org/performances/pwp2010/.
**NOVEMBER 6 (Saturday)**

*2:00 PM
Meriden Public Library
105 Miller Street, Meriden
FREE.

An Afternoon of Poetry and Music with ALEXANDRINA SERGIO, poet, and DAVID
SERGIO, pianist. Book signing to follow. Co-sponsored by the Meriden Library
and the Meriden Poetry Society. More info: (203) 238-2344.

*2:00 – 4:00 PM
OPEN STUDIO HARTFORD’S FIRST ANNUAL CT POETRY SOCIETY READING AND CELEBRATION
ArtSpace Gallery
555 Asylum Street, Hartford, CT
FREE. Light refreshments. Park at Union Station, discounted rate provided by the
Greater Hartford Transit District.

This first ever annual event is about poetry, art, and the joy of both! CT
Poetry Society Poets and other Open Studio Poets will participate in a poetry
reading. At least 10 poets will create and read poems written specifically about
artwork that is in the gallery as part of Open Studio Hartford. The artwork is
created by Open Studio Weekend artists. Other poets will read additional,
original poems.

*2:00 – 4:00 PM
POETRY SLAM
New Britain Public Library
50 Main St., New Britain
Ongoing: monthly, first Saturdays

Hello all writing compadres! Looking for something hip and exciting in the area
for writers to meet up and share poetry? Look no further… Every first Saturday
of the month the New Britain Poets meet for our monthly Poetry Slam. Come along
and join us! Fresh faces are always welcome, whether you would like to share or
just listen. So bring a friend, and come check us out! Sincerely, Anissa Pesce.

*6:30 PM
15th ANNUAL WALLACE STEVENS BIRTHDAY BASH
Hartford Public Library
500 Main Street, Hartford
Tickets: $50.

The evening begins with a reception, serving hors d’oeuvres and libations,
followed by our featured speaker: JOAN RICHARDSON, whose topic will be Wallace
Stevens’ Radiant and Productive Atmosphere: A tracing of how the poet came to
translate faith into his “supreme fiction.” Birthday cake & champagne after the
program! JOAN RICHARDSON is Professor of English, Comparative Literature, and
American Studies at The Graduate Center. Author of a two-volume biography of
the poet Wallace Stevens, she coedited, with Frank Kermode, Wallace Stevens:
Collected Poetry and Prose (Library of America, 1997). Her essays on Stevens, on
Ralph Waldo Emerson, on Jonathan Edwards have been published in the Wallace
Stevens Journal, in Raritan, and elsewhere, and essays on Alfred North
Whitehead, William James, and pragmatism have appeared in the journals
Configurations and The Hopkins Review. Her study A Natural History of
Pragmatism: The Fact of Feeling from Jonathan Edwards to Gertrude Stein was
published by Cambridge University Press in 2007, and has been nominated for the
2011 Grawemeyer Award in Religion. She is currently at work on another volume
for Cambridge, Pragmatism and American Culture as well as a book-length study,
The Return of the Repressed: Stanley Cavell and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Joan
Richardson has been the recipient of several awards and fellowships including a
Woodrow Wilson Fellowship and a Senior Fellowship from the National Endowment
for the Humanities. Her work reflects an abiding interest in the way that
philosophy, natural history, and science intersect with literature.Tickets are
$50 per person. Purchase your tickets at the door, or reserve via email to Kat
Lyons: klyons@hplct.org or call 860-695-6320. Make checks payable to Connecticut
Center for the Book. Sponsored by Connecticut Center for the Book at the
Hartford Public Library with help from The Friends & Enemies of Wallace Stevens
(stevenspoetry.org). More info: Jim Finnegan, 860-508-2810 jforjames@aol.com.

*8:00 PM
PLAYS WITH POETRY
East Haddam Historical Society
264 Town St. East Haddam

General Seating Tickets: $20 adult, $15 student and senior.
Performances Nov. 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, and 13. Space is limited. Call EHSCO at
860-873-3521 to Reserve a Seat! Please note that 25% of the ticket sales will
go directly to the Historical Society as a donation.

PLAYS WITH POETRY (short plays and poetry–like the title says!) Presented by
East Haddam Stage Company. Featuring the work of 16 Connecticut poets! REGGIE
MARA, KEITH R. AINSWORTH, NANCY FITZ-HUGH MENEELY, BONNIE ENES, TERRI KLEIN,
DOUG MATHEWSON, FRANK N. MECCA, JACQUELIN DEVLIN, DEB FARROW, ALEXANDRINA
SERGIO, PAUL SANDERSON, GINNY LOWE CONNORS, TOM NICOTERA, MORGAN MORSE, LARA
ST. THOMAS, AND CHRISTINE BECK. During this 90 minute production, 6 actors
portray dozens of characters in poems by CT poets, and in 10-minute plays from
national authors. Funny, touching, engaging… There’s something for everyone!
Come laugh, ponder and reflect with us during an evening of engaging acting and
spoken-word theatre. Note: contains some adult content, language, and
situations. More info: http://www.ehsco.org/performances/pwp2010/.
**NOVEMBER 7 (Sunday)**

*2:00 PM
BEAN & LEAF OPEN MIKE POETRY READING
Bean & Leaf Cafe
13 Washington St., New London
Hosted by Tom Weigel.
Ongoing: every Thursday evening (7:00 – 10:00 PM) and Sunday afternoon (2:00 –
4:00 PM).

Old poets read, new voices heard in a venue with a killer sound system and lots
of delicious teas and coffee and pastries. More info: http://www.bean-leaf.com
or (860) 701-0000.

*3:00 PM
BOOK LAUNCH
The Buttonwood Tree, Performing Arts & Cultural Center
605 Main Street, Middletown
FREE

Reading and book-signing featuring SHERRI BEDINGFIELD and MOLLIE PILLING. More
info on the reading: http://www.buttonwood.org, thebuttonwoodtree@gmail.com,
860-347-4957.More info on the authors: http://antrimhousebooks.com/authors.html

**NOVEMBER 8 (Monday)**

*3:00 PM
Bishops Corner Branch Library (Senior Center Card Room)
15 Starkel Road, West Hartford

Features: RIVER’S EDGE POETS (ELIZABETH KINCAID-EHLERS, DAVID HOLDT, and DREW
SANBORN). More info: 860.561.8212.

*7:00 PM (sign up starts at 6:00 PM)
OPEN MIC
Huntington Street Cafe
90 Huntington Street, Shelton
Ongoing: monthly, second Monday

Hello! My name is Dorothy and I am the owner of Written Words Bookstore in
Shelton, CT. We recently partnered with the Huntington Street Cafe in
Huntington to offer a location for published and closet poets to gather and
share their passion of poetry with open mic readings. Everyone is welocme!
Please help spread the word! The Huntington Street Cafe is located at 90
Huntington Street, Shelton, CT 06484. More info: Dorothy Sim-Broder, Written
Words Bookstore, Tel: 203-944-0400; http://www.writtenwordsbookstore.com. Huntington
St. Cafe: 203-925-9064; http://huntingtonstreetcafe.com.

*7:15 PM
MONDAY NIGHT POETRY

Barnes & Noble Bookstore (Stamford Town Center)
100 Greyrock Place Suite H009, Stamford
Ongoing: monthly, second Mondays

Please come and listen to local poets, bring a favorite poem, or read your own
at the Open Mike. More info: 203-323-1248.

*8:00 PM (start) 7:30 PM (sign up)
ANYTHING GOES!
The Buttonwood Tree
605 Main Street, Middletown
$3.00 – $5.00 suggested donation
Ongoing: every Monday

This open mike, hosted by J-Cherry, is a warm group that encourages personal
development. Come play with us! You’ll find Phill is available to drum along if
you like. We have a piano and congas or BYO instrument, poem, dance, or whatever
artistic piece of yourself you’d like to share. We’re all in this
together–let’s have some fun and create ourselves anew! More info:
thebuttonwoodtree@gmail.com; http://www.buttonwood.org; (860) 347-4957.

*8:00 – 10:00 PM (end time is approximate)
BEAT POETRY OPEN MIKE AT LAS VETAS LOUNGE
Las Vetas Lounge
1462 Post Road, Fairfield
Ongoing: every Monday

More info: (203) 255-1958.

*9:00 PM
BEATNIK 2000
Cafe 9
250 State Street, New Haven
No Cover. Hosted by Ed Leonard.
Ongoing: every Monday

Music and poetry every Monday night. More info:
http://www.cafenine.com/schedule.html; (203) 789-8281.

*9:00 PM – 12:00 AM
THE LOVE JONES EXPERIENCE
The Russell
103 Pratt Street, Hartford
$5 Cover starting at 7:30 PM; Live DJ
Hosted by Darlene Brandon-Scott
Ongoing: every Monday

Poetry & Jam Session. Bring your poems and instruments to our spoken word and
song event. All poets welcome. Amateurs welcome and encouraged to perform. More
info: http://www.therussellct.com/events.php.

**NOVEMBER 9 (Tuesday)**

*4:00 – 5:00 PM
READING AND BOOK SIGNING
University of Connecticut, Storrs
UConn Co-Op, Main Floor
2075 Hillside Rd Unit 1019, Storrs
FREE.

Feature: BESSY REYNA, reading from Memories of the Unfaithful Lover. Presented
by The University of Connecticut’s Institute for Puerto Rican and Latino
Studies. More info: 860-486-3997.

*7:30 PM
POEMALLEY
Curley’s Diner
62 West Park Place, Stamford
Ongoing: every Tuesday

Read poetry, discuss writing and other topics of interest. More info: (203)
327-3716; ayarmal@earthlink.net.

**NOVEMBER 10 (Wednesday)**

*4:00 pm
BRANFORD MASTER’S TEA (Yale University)
Branford Master’s Residence, 80 High Street

MARK HELPRIN, Reading and Discussion. More info: anne.fadiman@yale.edu,
http://beineckepoetry.wordpress.com/readings-at-yale-university/

*6:00 PM
CONFLUENCIA
Playbox Theater, Naugatuck Valley Community College
750 Chase Parkway, Waterbury

Confluence/Confluencia/Confluenza is a way to honor talented writers and all
they have achieved in their life’s work and a way to share their personal
experiences with others. The literal meaning of the title — a coming or flowing
together, meeting or gathering at one point — describes what we envision when
representatives of Connecticut’s literary community become part of the
excitement on our campus. Features: EDWINA TRENTHAM, LAUREL S. PETERSON, FELIX
MANUEL RODRIGUEZ, AND VAN HARTMANN. The event will begin with a musical prelude
and an open mike. More info:
http://www.nvcc.commnet.edu/About-NVCC/Presidents-Message/itemId/212/Presidents-Events.

*6:30 PM
West Hartford Art League, Clubhouse Gallery
37 Buena Vista Rd., West Hartford
Suggested donation: $5. Refreshments.

Feature: GRAY JACOBIK. Open mike to follow. Complimentary refreshments, books
for sale. More info: 860-231.8019, http://www.whal.org.

*7:00 PM
INESCAPABLE RHYTHMS POETRY SERIES
Real Art Ways
56 Arbor St., Hartford
Ongoing: monthly, second Wednesdays

Feature: TBA. Series format: a featured poet gives a half hour reading (7:00pm)
followed by an open mike (7:30pm), in which members of the audience are invited
to share their work. The series takes its title fromthe Wallace Stevens poem,
“Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird.” Stevens, a major American Modernist
poet, was a Hartford resident. More info: Contact Andrea Henchey at
ahenchey@hotmail.com.

*7:30 PM
GOOD COMPANY with Howard Abhay Banow
Studio 59
59 Barber Street, Torrington
Admission: $15 at the door; $12 prepaid (4 for $45)
Ongoing: every Wednesday

Meditation Relaxation Sessions sun meditation. Take time out to unwind and relax
in the Good Company of HOWARD ABHAY BANOW, who brings his own songs and poems,
guitar and drums, favorite lines of others’ mystical poetry, and wealth of
experience as a teacher of meditation to this gathering. He invites you to bring
your voices and ears, so we can create together the atmosphere of satsangha –
good company. As administrator at the Jain Meditation International Center in
New York City, Howard taught meditation, Hatha Yoga, and shared his music. He
was also private secretary to the Center’s founder, Shree Chitrabhanu. From 1988
to 1995 he created and ran the Canton-based Evergreen Center for Stress
Management. Now he is reaching out to share a unique “open way” based on
teachings Eastern and Native American. Let go and tune in to a deeper part of
your inner Self. Whatever your spiritual Path, you are welcome. RSVP and more
info: 860-482-6801.

*8:45 PM (Open Myk precedes feature: sign up 7:30 PM, open read starts 7:45 PM)
WEDNESDAY NIGHT POETRY SERIES
“The Garage” (Newtown Teen Center)
53 Church Hill Road, Newtown
$3 suggested donation.
Ongoing: every Wednesday

Feature: JULIA MORRIS PAUL. Poetry editing workshop at the end of the evening
each week. (HURRAY!) Bring 6 or so copies of poems you’d like to work on… More
info: http://www.wedpoetry.wordpress.com.

*9:00 PM
POETZ REALM IN BRIDGEPORT
Bridgeport Innovation Center
Gallery 1212
955 Connecticut Avenue, Bridgeport
Admission is $5 for regular patrons and $3 to rock the open mike.
Hosted by Ernel Grant, Founder/CEO.
Ongoing: monthly, second and fourth Wednesdays

Feature: TBA. Poetz Realm is not just a physical location where artists can get
together and share in their artistry. Poetz Realm also provides web services
such as a social networking community which allows its members to network;
upload videos, pictures, and music; chat; post poetry and written work; and
much more. whether it be in the form of spoken word, poetry, emceeing, singing,
or simply verbal expression, Poetz Realm is the place to be. More info:
http://www.poetzrealm.com.

**NOVEMBER 11 (Thursday)**

*7:00 – 10:00 PM
BEAN & LEAF OPEN MIKE POETRY READING
Bean & Leaf Cafe
13 Washington St., New London
Hosted by Tom Weigel.
Ongoing: every Thursday evening (7:00 – 10:00 PM) and Sunday afternoon (2:00 –
4:00 PM).

Old poets read, new voices heard in a venue with a killer sound system and lots
of delicious teas and coffee and pastries. More info: http://www.bean-leaf.com
or (860) 701-0000.

*7:00 PM (Open mike) 7:30 PM (Feature)
THE GUILFORD POETS GUILD SECOND THURSDAY POETRY SERIES
The Greene Art Gallery (Red barn behind Whitfield’s Cafe)
29 Whitfield St., Guilford
FREE. Refreshments.
Ongoing: monthly, 2nd Thursday, Sept. – May

Feature: SHARONOLSON and NAN MENEELY. More info: 203-453-2036, 203-453-8836,
http://guilfordpoetsguild.wordpress.com/about/.

*8:00 PM
PLAYS WITH POETRY
East Haddam Historical Society
264 Town St. East Haddam

General Seating Tickets: $20 adult, $15 student and senior.
Performances Nov. 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, and 13. Space is limited. Call EHSCO at
860-873-3521 to Reserve a Seat! Please note that 25% of the ticket sales
will go directly to the Historical Society as a donation.

PLAYS WITH POETRY (short plays and poetry–like the title says!) Presented by
East Haddam Stage Company. Featuring the work of 16 Connecticut poets! REGGIE
MARA, KEITH R. AINSWORTH, NANCY FITZ-HUGH MENEELY, BONNIE ENES, TERRI KLEIN,
DOUG MATHEWSON, FRANK N. MECCA, JACQUELIN DEVLIN, DEB FARROW, ALEXANDRINA
SERGIO, PAUL SANDERSON, GINNY LOWE CONNORS, TOM NICOTERA, MORGAN MORSE, LARA
ST. THOMAS, AND CHRISTINE BECK. During this 90 minute production, 6 actors
portray dozens of characters in poems by CT poets, and in 10-minute plays from
national authors. Funny, touching, engaging… There’s something for everyone!
Come laugh, ponder and reflect with us during an evening of engaging acting and
spoken-word theatre. Note: contains some adult content, language, and
situations. More info: http://www.ehsco.org/performances/pwp2010/.
**NOVEMBER 12 (Friday)**

*8:00 PM
PLAYS WITH POETRY
East Haddam Historical Society
264 Town St. East Haddam

General Seating Tickets: $20 adult, $15 student and senior.
Performances Nov. 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, and 13. Space is limited. Call EHSCO at
860-873-3521 to Reserve a Seat! Please note that 25% of the ticket sales
will go directly to the Historical Society as a donation.
PLAYS WITH POETRY (short plays and poetry–like the title says!) Presented by
East Haddam Stage Company. Featuring the work of 16 Connecticut poets! REGGIE
MARA, KEITH R. AINSWORTH, NANCY FITZ-HUGH MENEELY, BONNIE ENES, TERRI KLEIN,
DOUG MATHEWSON, FRANK N. MECCA, JACQUELIN DEVLIN, DEB FARROW, ALEXANDRINA
SERGIO, PAUL SANDERSON, GINNY LOWE CONNORS, TOM NICOTERA, MORGAN MORSE, LARA
ST. THOMAS, AND CHRISTINE BECK. During this 90 minute production, 6 actors
portray dozens of characters in poems by CT poets, and in 10-minute plays from
national authors. Funny, touching, engaging… There’s something for everyone!
Come laugh, ponder and reflect with us during an evening of engaging acting and
spoken-word theatre. Note: contains some adult content, language, and
situations. More info: http://www.ehsco.org/performances/pwp2010/.

**NOVEMBER 13 (Saturday)**

*8:00 PM
PLAYS WITH POETRY
East Haddam Historical Society
264 Town St. East Haddam

General Seating Tickets: $20 adult, $15 student and senior.
Performances Nov. 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, and 13. Space is limited. Call EHSCO at
860-873-3521 to Reserve a Seat! Please note that 25% of the ticket sales
will go directly to the Historical Society as a donation.

PLAYS WITH POETRY (short plays and poetry–like the title says!) Presented by
East Haddam Stage Company. Featuring the work of 16 Connecticut poets! REGGIE
MARA, KEITH R. AINSWORTH, NANCY FITZ-HUGH MENEELY, BONNIE ENES, TERRI KLEIN,
DOUG MATHEWSON, FRANK N. MECCA, JACQUELIN DEVLIN, DEB FARROW, ALEXANDRINA
SERGIO, PAUL SANDERSON, GINNY LOWE CONNORS, TOM NICOTERA, MORGAN MORSE, LARA
ST. THOMAS, AND CHRISTINE BECK. During this 90 minute production, 6 actors
portray dozens of characters in poems by CT poets, and in 10-minute plays from
national authors. Funny, touching, engaging… There’s something for everyone!
Come laugh, ponder and reflect with us during an evening of engaging acting and
spoken-word theatre. Note: contains some adult content, language, and
situations. More info: http://www.ehsco.org/performances/pwp2010/.

***OTHER SPOKEN WORD AND LITERARY EVENTS IN CONNECTICUT***

**NOVEMBER 11 (Thursday)**

*6:30-8:45 PM (6:45 sign up; reading begins at 7:00 PM)
WRITERS OUT LOUD
Performance Studio
Green Street Arts Center
51 Green Street, Middletown
Admission: $5 non-members; $3 members

Writers Out Loud is always open to the public, not just to writers. We’re not a
stuffy bunch, you know. All are invited to come and listen, and if you care to,
sign up to read. Either way, snacks and soda will be abundant. Hopefully all the
“Cream of the Crop” crew will be able to attend whether they read or not. Winner
Scott Walker has, I believe, a verbal treat planned. (One down, five to go.)
Being a vet, I may impose in that direction during the sign-up period. (Two
down….) For those familiar with the venue, prepare for a change. Cocomo plans
to record video of the readings–unless, of course, a given writer objects. Me,
I’ll take all the exposure I can get. For those unfamiliar, please join us for
the sheer entertainment of hearing myriad prose people spout their spores. It’s
always a delightful time. Bring a friend. Heck, bring an enemy. (You know, keep
them closer….) Veterans Day is more than an excuse to tip a bottle. (Yes, been
there….) I look forward to this one being special, fruitful and fun. Peace. Al
Bower. More info: 860-685-7871.

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