Posted by: shorelineclusterpoets | December 4, 2010

Connecticut poetry calendar: Dec 5 – 12

Calendar of great  poetry events and group meetings from December 5 through 12. **DECEMBER 5 (Sunday)**
*1:00 – 4:00 PM
READING AND BOOKSIGNING
Tina’s Cafe & Bookshop
205 Church St., Naugatuck

Book Signing for Job Loss: A Journey in Poetry, by DONNA MARIE MERRITT. More
info: see book flog above.

*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.

*2:00-3:00 PM
LITTLE RED TREE POETRY SERIES
Bank Square Books
53 West Main St., Mystic
FREE. Refreshments.

Reading and book signing by JOANIE DIMARTINO, author of Strange Girls, a
beautiful book of poetry with a unique voice that speaks directly about and for
the spirit of women who fought against, and transcended, the oppression and
limitations placed upon them, both physically and psychologically, both
societal and self, and both professional and private, to live a life that
expressed their true individuality. In this book Joanie presents poetry, which
is eminently accessible, honed, concise and multifaceted in its concept,
reaching far into the real politics of feminist literature, and is testament
to her devotion to the cause of women’s rights. This is a wonderful book of
poetry written by a woman, about women, for everyone. More info: 860-536-3795 or
http://www.littleredtree.com .

**DECEMBER 6 (Monday)**

*7:00 – 9:00 PM (Open mic sign up begins at 6:30 PM)
GOTPOETRY LIVE II
Cafemantic
948 Main Street, Willimantic
Suggested donation: $3.00
Ongoing: monthly, first Monday (no poetry in September and January)

Feature: SEAN CONLON. More info:
http://www.facebook.com/Cafemantic?v=app_2344061033#
!/event.php?eid=142799219097343&index=1

*7:00 PM
WORDFORGE READING SERIES
The Studio @ Billings Forge
563 Broad Street, Hartford (Park next to Firebox restaurant or along Broad
Street.)

Features: DENIS BARONE and CHARLIE CHASE. Plus OPEN MIKE. More info:
http://wfreadings.blogspot.com/

*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.

**DECEMBER 7 (Tuesday)**

*7:00 PM
Broad Street Books
45 Broad Street, Middletown
FREE. Hosted by Brian Mitchard
Ongoing: monthly, first Tuesdays. Open Mike after feature.

Feature: JOAN KANTOR. Joan B. Kantor was born and raised in New York City, whose
cultural richness has been a great source of inspiration. She graduated from
Queens College with a Bachelor’s Degree in History and Education and then went
on to live and teach in Europe for seven years, where she traveled extensively.
After receiving her Master’s Degree from Antioch University, Joan became a
learning disability specialist and counselor at Manchester Community College,
where she continues to work. Married to her high school sweetheart, she has
three grown children and a granddaughter. She currently lives on the Farmington
River in Collinsville, Connecticut. Joan’s passions for people, nature,
traveling and the arts merge in the poetry that she has been writing for most of
her life. She has been published in ByLine, Chadder, and Namaste. Come help us
welcome JOAN KANTOR to the store and share some of your own poetry too! Tune in
to J-Cherry Presents every Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. on 88.1 FM WESU in
Middletown to hear from local artists from across all genres. On the first
Tuesday of every month, J-Cherry hosts our featured poet on the show!! More
info, call Brian at Broad Street Books: (860) 685-7323.

*7:00 – 9:00 PM
SHORELINE CLUSTER POETS
Scranton Library
801 Boston Post Road, Madison
Ongoing: monthly, first and third Tuesdays

Shoreline Cluster Poets meets first and third Tuesday of each month at Scranton
Library. More info: contact Rudy Sturk at scpoets@yahoo.com or (203) 245-7365.

*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.

**DECEMBER 8 (Wednesday)**

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

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: So You Want to Be In Print. One hour discussion on getting published,
self publishing, keeping track of submissions, submission guidelines,

contests, and all the little puzzle pieces in between. No fee, no early
registration required. You would easily pay $75 for a program of this nature
at a writers’ convention. As you nestle in for the winter and staying at home
with our computer, your thoughts, your creativity, here is an opportunity to

organize your thoughts around being a published poet. 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.

**DECEMBER 9 (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, second Thursday, Sept. – May.

Feature: HOLIDAY ROUNDTABLE. Shoreline poets are invited to share poetry in
appreciation of the feeling of community that underlies the various celebrations
of this season. More info: 203-453-2036, 203-453-8836,
http://guilfordpoetsguild.wordpress.com/about/

**DECEMBER 10 (Friday)–sorry, no listings**

**DECEMBER 11 (Saturday)**

*4:00 PM
POETRY AT THE EGG
Dragon’s Egg Studio
401 Shewville Road, Ledyard

Celebrate the Egg with a Holiday 10th Year Birthday Party. Holiday Sale 1 –
5:30. Poetry Reading 4 – 5. Dance and silent auction 7 – 10. More info:

http://www.dragonseggstudio.org.

**DECEMBER 12 (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.

*2:00 PM
FAIRFIELD AREA POETS
Barnes and Noble Booksellers
1076 Post Road East, Westport (Post Plaza Shopping Center)
Ongoing: monthly, second Sunday

New poets of all ages are welcome to this family-friendly open mic with the
Fairfield Area Poets. More info: contact Frank at frankjchambers@yahoo.com, or
call Barnes and Noble: 203-221-7955.

**DECEMBER 13 (Monday)**

*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 welcome! Please help
spread the word! 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 Monday

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 .

**DECEMBER 14 (Tuesday)**

*7:00 PM
ORDINARY EVENING READING SERIES
Anchor Bar (downstairs in the Mermaid Room)
272 College St., New Haven

Features:CYNTHIA ZARIN (poetry) and PHILLIP LOPATE (fiction, essays, and
poetry). More info: http://ordinaryevening.blogspot.com/.

*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.

**DECEMBER 15 (Wednesday)**

*7:00 PM
BREAD BOX FOLK SERIES
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
220 Valley St., Willimantic
Suggested donation $5.00 (for musicians and audience). Hosted by Bruce John.
Ongoing: monthly, third Wednesday

Bread Box Folk Series, Acoustic Artist Showcase (music and spoken word). Light
refreshments served. More info: http://www.breadboxfolk.org.

*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: GRINCH NIGHT – WNPS’s annual Grinch – Bah – Humbug – Xmas open mike
night. 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

**DECEMBER 16 (Thursday)**

*12:30 – 2:00 PM
TIME OUT FOR POETRY
Scranton Library, Local History Room
801 Boston Post Road, Madison
FREE. Host: Susannah Graedel.
Ongoing: monthly, third Thursday.

Ogden Nash, Robert Frost, William Shakespeare, Dr. Seuss, Emily Dickinson and
maybe even the Burma Shave verses will live again, as Madison area residents are
invited to share their favorite poems. This informal gathering welcomes those
who wish to share two or three short poems, or simply to listen. “Time Out for
Poetry” will provide, as Robert Frost defined poetry, “a momentary stay against
confusion.” This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Scranton Library.
More info: call Susannah Graedel at 203-421-1961.

*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 (Doors open at 6:30)
THE POETRY INSTITUTE – NEW HAVEN
The Young Men’s Institute Library
847 Chapel St., New Haven
FREE. Bring a dish for the Holiday Potluck refreshments.
Ongoing: monthly, third Thursday.

Feature: CHARLES DOUTHAT (and Potluck Holiday Celebration!). Great Poetry in a
warm, friendly environment. Open mic precedes feature. Arrive a few minutes
early to sign up for the open mic. More info: http://thepoetryinstitute.com.

*7:00 PM
WINTONBURY BRANCH POETRY SERIES & OPEN MIKE
Wintonbury Branch Library
1015 Blue Hills Ave., Bloomfield
Ongoing: monthly, third Thursday, Oct.-Apr.
FREE. Refreshments. Hosts: Marilyn Johnston, Tom Nicotera.

Feature: HOWARD FAERSTEIN. Mr. Faerstein’s Poems have appeared in numerous
journals, such as Nimrod, Common Ground Review, and Painted Bride. His honest,
plain-spoken, wry and tender poems show influences of the many homes he’s known:
Brooklyn, the Berkshire Hills, Taos, Santa Fe, and Durango. He now lives in
Florence, MA, and teaches American Literature at Westfield State College. An
open mike follows the feature. More info: 860-242-0041, http://www.prosserlibrary. info
(see “Wintonbury Branch”).

*7:30 – 9:00 PM
OPEN MIC
Borders Bookstore
1041 High Ridge Road (near Merritt Pkwy. exit 35), Stamford
Ongoing: monthly, third Thursday.

More info: 203-968-9700.

*9:00 PM – 1:00 AM (Doors open at 8:30 PM)
MIC2SOUL
NuRevealed Photography and Creative Studio
1211 Main St., Bridgeport
Audience fee: $5 in advance on the list or $7 at the door.
Ongoing: monthly, third Thursday.

Guest Stars: RAINMAKER, SELF SUFFICE, KEV’ SELF-DEFINED, PHENIX, and WHITNEY
LUCK. Mic2Soul™ is a live spoken word show hosted/produced by Ms Tabu. The
beginning of the show sets off with an open mic where all are welcome to step up
on the stage and reveal the windows to their souls. Dress attire: classy. Age:
grown and sexy. The open mic leads to the featured Guest Stars of the night
consisting of Poets, Dancers, Emcees, Singers, Comedians, etc. Each month Ms.
Tabu will be choosing new talent to feature for the next show. Although the

focal point of Mic2Soul is in fact Poetry, Ms. Tabu is welcoming all varieties
of artistry in the lineup! Should you be interested in featuring on a future
date, please send your inquiries to Mic2Soul@gmail.com or call (203) 903-4856.
More info: http://www.facebook.com/MsTabu.

**DECEMBER 17 (Friday)–sorry, no listings**

**DECEMBER 18 (Saturday)**

*2:00 – 4:00 PM
WILTON CHAPTER, CT POETRY SOCIETY MEETING
Wilton Library (Room A; reference desk can direct you)
137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton
Ongoing: monthly, generally the third Saturday.

Meeting format will be the structured workshop I have held for several prior
meetings. participants are expected to be members of (or to join) the

Connecticut Poetry Society. Bring one poem and copies of it for the other
participants. Poems should be no longer than 2 pages of Times Roman Font 12.
Please RSVP to poultney@optonline.net. –Sherman Poultney.

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

**DECEMBER 9 (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

WOL is open to all prosaic people, regardless of their level of wordsmithery. I
encourage writers, readers and listeners to attend for the entertainment of
live readings, along with the support and feedback we all provide to each
other. Six authors will sign up to read from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. and limit their
presentations to ten minutes of prose. We wish all a happy holiday season. Al
Bower. More info: 860-685-7871.

**DECEMBER 14 (Tuesday)**

*7:00 PM
JAMES MERRILL HOUSE INAUGURAL READING
Mystic Arts Center
9 Water Street, Mystic
FREE. Reception follows reading.

JOSH WEIL, novelist, nonfiction writer and the current James Merrill House
writer-in-residence, will be featured at the inaugural interactive Merrill House
event. Weil will read from his current work, engage in an interview and answer
questions from the audience. Weil’s first book, The New Valley, is a collection
of three novellas set in the Blue Ridge mountains, his birthplace. A New York
Times Editors Choice selection, The New Valley won the Sue Kaufman Prize for
First Fiction from The American Academy of Arts and Letters, and a “5 Under 35”
Award from the National Book Foundation. Copies of The New Valley will be
available for purchase. Weil has made his short story, “Tree Thieves,” available
for reading prior to the evening. It can be downloaded from his website via this
link: http://www.joshweil.com/joshweil.com/Tree_Thieves_Story.html . This is a
great opportunity for students, writers, and readers of contemporary fiction to
engage directly with a writer whose work has garnered wide acclaim. The James
Merrill House is a non-profit organization operated by the Stonington Village
Improvement Association whose purpose is to preserve the Stonington home of the
Pulitzer Prize winning American poet, James Merrill, and make this exceptional
space available as a residence for writers. In addition, the James Merrill House
operates a number of outreach programs including writing workshops in the
schools and community, reading groups, and public seminars and lectures. More
info about the James Merrill House: http://www.jamesmerrillhouse.org .

***EVENTS OVER THE BORDER***

**The web site that hosts the calendar version of this newsletter also hosts
poetry calendars for several other states. Check it out!
http://poetz.com/calendars-galore

**Lori Desrosiers lists events in Western Massachusetts, as well as some CT
events, every week in her newsletter, “The Poetry News.” Check it out at:

http://www.poetrynewscalendar.com/

**Dan Wilcox covers the Albany poetry scene and emails events to members of the
Poetry Motel Foundation Google group. Check out and/or subscribe to the group at
http://groups.google.com/group/poetry-motel-foundation?h1=en

***WORKSHOPS, WRITING PROGRAMS, ETC.***

**DECEMBER 7 (Tuesday)**

*6:00-7:30 PM
WRITERS: LOOKING FOR A HOME FOR YOUR WORK?
New Haven Free Public Library
133 Elm St., New Haven
FREE. Advance registration required.

Submitting fiction, poetry and non-fiction articles for publication in magazines
and websites may seem daunting to the new, unseasoned writer. This seminar is
designed to provide a few guideposts as you start your journey into publishing,
no matter what format, including: preparation of work, researching markets,
techniques/processes of submissions, and the role of feedback/critiques.
Registration and more info:

http://scalisi.eventbrite.com/?ref=eivte&invite=NTYyMDUxL2N0cG9ldG5ld3NAeWFob28uY29tLzA%3D%0A&utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=invite&utm_term=respondhere

**DECEMBER 12 (Sunday)**

SUNDAY WRITING RETREATS WITH SHARON CHARDE. $75 for the day. If you are longing
for some space and time to write, to connect with a powerful, ongoing writing
community of great women, to withdraw from your busy life for the better part of
a Sunday, to eat delicious food in a comfortable and relaxed setting, please
register for one of my Sunday writing retreats in Lakeville, CT, by calling
(860) 435-0110 or emailing me at sharchar@sbcglobal.net. Check out my web site,
http://www.SharonCharde.com for more details. – Sharon Charde.

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