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Sunday, July 15, 2018
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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: poet DAVID WHITE followed by our Open Mic
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Dear Rochester Poets Members & Friends, A final reminder to join us for our July Reading featuring poet DAVID WHITE followed by our Open Mic, this Sunday, July 15, 2 pm, in the Living Room at Legacy at Cranberry Landing. Open to the public. FREE admission; donations encouraged. Refreshments served. David White is a professor emeritus of philosophy at St. John Fisher College. He's co-founder of the Greater Rochester Russell Set, former chairman of the board of the Bertrand Russell Society, and an active participant and leader in many literary-philosophical groups in the Rochester area. David and his wife, Linda, founded the Spirituality and Philosophy group at Books, Etc. in Macedon. And he is the editor of The Works of Bishop Butler (University of Rochester Press, 2006) and possibly the world's leading authority on the works of Bishop Joseph Butler, an 18th century cleric and philosopher who defended natural religion and Christian belief. Originally from the New York City area, David did his undergraduate work at Colgate University and earned his PhD at Cornell University, before teaching for two years at the University of Lagos. His tenure at Fisher was nearly forty years, and he has served two full terms as president of the New York State Philosophical Association. David appears frequently at open mic poetry sessions, has published here and there locally, and has one full book of poems, The Hairy Lollipop & Other Poems (Clevis Hook, 2012). The title poem was written as a class exercise when he was an undergraduate in 1965, and David and his editors had protracted and sometimes heated discussions of whether to include the poem at all and whether to use it as the title poem! Don't forget that our Open Mics are NOT limited to poets: singers, musicians, short fiction writers/memoirists, story tellers, comics, and even dancers are also welcome. Even if you can't join us, if you know folks who might enjoy coming, to perform or as audience members, pass the word and send them the following public link to this invite: http://j.mp/RoPo1807 You can also support RoPo's ongoing efforts with an annual membership, which is still only $20. To join using your credit/debit card, go to http://squareup.com/store/rochester-poets/ If you're not familiar with our venue, Legacy at Cranberry Landing, use the following link for a Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/pGxFbvBbGZw See you Sunday, Frank Frank Judge President Rochester Poets 585-260-9005

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