Local Southern California Haiku Group celebrates its 20th anniversary with readings and a banquet in Pasadena.
Prepared by Marc Corti
Southern CA Haiku Poets will read from their new 2017 anthology “Eclipse Moon”.
- Anthology edited by William Scott Galasso.
- Group led by Deborah P Kolodji.
- Music by Rick and Kathabela Wilson.
The reading is free and open to the public.
Copies of the anthology can be purchased at the event for $15 each.
20th Anniversary Banquet
There will be a dinner afterwards in the hall with catered food served buffet style along with vegetarian options. Dinner tickets will be $20 each ( need to RSVP at email@example.com). Please note that since we have to purchase the food ahead of time, if you reserve a banquet ticket, we will still need you to pay the $20 if you decide at the last minute you cannot attend.
There is a small parking lot and street parking available. The 2 hour restriction for street parking does not apply on Sundays.
Date/Time 11/19/2017 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Location Throop!
> There will be a Saturday workshop, November 18 from 2 to 4 at the Hill Avenue Branch Library for those who wish to attend.
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