Poetry and Popcorn
Who: Gloucester Teens
What: Munch on popcorn (and lollipops too!) and write your own poems, or join Mrs. O'Neill in creating spatial poetry in which we reimagine maps, consider issues of place-naming, and develop a renewed understanding of place and belonging.
Why: April is National Poetry Month and the Sawyer Free Library is hosting a Poetry Without Paper contest until May 14
Win: First Prize for the contest is a $150 Cape Ann Gift Certificate
Where: Tween/Teen Zone at 21 Main Street above Mystery Train
When: Afternoons between 3-4pm during the first full week of April 3rd-7th