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12:00pm [12:00pm] Vigil PA&E
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Peace/Anti-War vigil at corner of East Ave. and Goodman Street, Rochester. All are welome!

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2:00pm [2:00pm] Rochester Poets May Reading
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A reminder to join us THIS Sunday, May 21, 2017, 2-4 pm in the Optima Dining Room at Legacy at Clover Blossom. Our featured reader will be KITTY JOSPÉ. As always, the featured reader will be followed by our Open Mic. Don't forget that our Open Mics aren't limited to just poets: singers, musicians, comedians and even dancers are welcome. At our February event, we were treated to some wonderful flute music by John Wailgum. Kitty Jospé has always loved language and the magic as sounds cadence into meaning. In 2007, after years of teaching French, she decided to explore her native language in Pacific University’s MFA program. Kitty's interest in poetry inspired by art stems in part from her work since 1998 as a docent at the Memorial Art Gallery. One of her joys is to share the similarities of paint and poetry to create moods through line sound (poetry) or implied sound and silence (painting, sculpture), texture and color. She has two books published by FootHills, Cadences (2009) and Golden Smoke (2015) and 2 chapbooks, Gathering Lines (2013) and Mosaic (2012). Her work has been published in such journals as Nimrod, Grasslimbs, The Georgia Review, Vehicle, and Centrifugal Eye. As always, we'll be providing refreshments, but if you have anything you'd like to share, don't hesitate to bring it along. And of course, even if you can't attend yourself, pass the word by inviting your Facebook friends who might be interested or emailing friends who aren't on FB! You can send folks the following link to our event: http://j.mp/RoPo0517 For those of you who've not been to the Dining Room before, you can use the Main Entrance and have the staff direct you. But the fastest way to reach it is to use the North Entrance (pictured above). To get there, turn right at the stop sign before you get to the main entrance. You'll be on Paramount Lane, and, just past the townhouses on the right, you'll see the entrance on your left and a not-very-prominent sign saying "North Entrance." Admission is FREE, but donations to support Rochester Poets are gratefully accepted. You can also support RoPo with a basic annual membership, which is still only $20 -- you can even pay by credit/debit card if you prefer: http://squareup.com/store/rochester-poets/ See you Sunday. ~Frank Frank Judge President, Rochester Poets 585-260-9005 rochesterpoets@gmail.com



[3:00pm] 'Deportation, Ban and the Wall: Unwelcoming The Stranger'
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The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester (TIAR) Annual Event “Deportation, Ban and the Wall: Unwelcoming The Stranger” A Panel and Discussion When: Sunday, May 21, 2016 at 3:00 PM Where: Linehan Chapel in the Golisano Academic Center at Nazareth College (Note NEW LOCATION) Free and Open to the Public H. Robert Herman rherman2@rochester.rr.com

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